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Prices Range from $15 

According to case. 



Sir Wilfrid Lauricr, and His 
Party Arc First PassengtMS 
Over Cgast Section of the 
G, T, Pacific 



HAVE BUSY DAY 

AROUND TERMINUS 



Sunday wuH .sinful .qulcUy, Mr Wil 
frld l.,aurler kliIiik f" maH.s ul Hh- i 
n,.mmn' Catliolic church. The i)urty 
l.tl lierc at X.au p. m. ■ , 

nipyi« Hotel Biirned 
M'i\llQ, A«K. as.— The. CosnifypolH^Hi 
iicu-l I, .'re was gitt ted' hy fire tho nih, ,■ 
•iiorninK-. caiialnK )"aa of several i:-. ; 
.sand dollars,. TlitJ fire was tli>- nuou 
si)ecincular ever seen hp- 

Stage Up:;.ctr, 

(.jnjcs.xEU Auk. :^a.— t^iuiiMi... -m. 

;i rut, thf hc^avily lack'B -*ftaK' " ^ - 
.Nslicroi'l to. Soda ynsek wa.s ..ivaruiru-. 
(•(1 a lew days, ago near Ten-A5ilf 
SuriiiB, the i)a»senBi.'rs were dumped 
out ami the prld<» ot Al Younp, the 

driver, was broken — the «< ■ ' 

lamp. Mr. Stewart, a memh.-r > 

Jiuiies Smith suryey party, who >. ; 




aliveis iu yoiw'»>% t ire tt ljosl 1m a fjlrl 

ot ten youTH of ago, uatl STi^ls TO'oUii)« 
aClor thP otlicrs with a iu(dli(>i-lv air 
that wou iuM- ll!" ■|,)Vi' ot all aboaid lli,,' 
I 'atiiiiyun. 



:ais That Large Crew- of Fire 
1 K'iiiois in Coeur d'Alene 
District Have Fallen'Victims 
to F'oresl Fiies 



> paas^pn^er "on the stage en routi' i r> , royT PAIMPAI I" 
he Peai-o River cjlstrk't, was sevei'ely 1 v>i- i 'J "' ' nHIIMrHUL. 



Buys Much Land ^v 

ii V.\.MCOUVKB, "Aug. ?!3.--Mr. Fisch- 1 
\\ cr. a German, who has a fnrui »u iho^ 
I'ltt river road and who lias lak,ii . 
over an oiglit thousand ucro trat i , 
which is now being dredged and dylc- 
eU by a CanadUm-Au.strallan syiidi- 
eate, intends to augment the number 
of cattle on hl8 ranch by Importing a 
big herd, whlch.lt Is claimed will cost 
about $tiO,000, Mr. Fischer, wiin is iui' 
nicnseiy i.lea.sed with the country, em- 
j,ii)V8 ahrtiit l::ri hands, and has pros- 
pi red exceedinglv well .since hi- took 
up TOs ixsidiiH,. in BriLhih Columbia. 
Tin- :ii-.v .HtniU will arrive about next 
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Chief Executive Office of the' 
Methodist Church in Can- 

.' adcV Partitioned, — One for 
the West— Another for East 



Premier and Minister of Rail- 
ways Speak Optimlsticaily 



Transcontinental Road 



t, raised l)y lallihg from tl^e coach, and 
c uM not c'oniiini.' liio journey with 
Ins i'lmpanlons. -,— . 



lAOgglag Camp Buratd 
VA.\(X>l'Vli;U. .\UK. '23. — The Hteamer 
CavB-iar. of the I'nlon Ste;inishlp com- 
pany, which arrived thU iiiornlngfrom 
up coast poiritH, brought word that 
. _, , r M .• 1 caaip C of the HiisthiRS mill at Granite 

of Prospects or National i Bay. was Jc^tmyed hy fhe and the. men 

are camjilng on the beach. Ntrvlgatlon 
IH difficult oWiaHi to smoke from tho 
flrea.- which are particularly tad In ' 
.lohnson straii. From Powell river the 
C(U<»iar bnuight a rtementeil man.nan\ed 
WlUiam J<ihiiHoi\. a Swid^, wlio lost 
hla mind after being trjared by a pile 
driver. Provincial ConHtable Lucaa 
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$1.50 ; Pints, per doze n ...... . ; . . . . ♦ . ■«• . . . » • •> •-* • • •$!;#! 

Economy Tops, per dozen ........... r ^"^ ..•■•'• 25c 

Economy Cla'mp.s, per .dozen . .,;►■.,* . • •. • • • ^5^ 

Crown Jars, ya-gallons. per dozen. $1.25;, quarts, per dozen, 

$1.00; pints, per dozen-. • ' .850- 

Jelly Glasses,' per dozen -...,..,... S^*^ 

Rubbers for Fruit Jars; p^r^ dozen 10c 

Paraffin Wax. splendid I©* sealing fruit, per pound brick. .25c 



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PRINOS RtJPERT, Aug. 2t.— The 
first paaaenger train went eastward 
on the Grand Trutik Pacific yesterday 
niornliig, when Sir Wilfrid Laurler 
and party travelled twenty niilea over 
the new railroad until Essington was 
In view. Some offltilals had riin over 
the rails before, but the I^iiurier part> 
were the first pasaentjeru. Then 
bearding the sternwheeler Skeena at. 
the Inverness cannery, where the pro-: 
cess of canning was viewed, the party ; 
tstcamed down t he rive r . — ' ■ ^ . 

A call was made at Mctlakatlah, 
e.xtalJllshied by "Father Duncan." :and 
known as the "Holy City."* Sir Wil- 
frid Laurler and party vlsited-tlieJu- 
diau scliiiol, where a score of little In- 
dian children watched open-eyed while 
their lady teacher introduced the 1 
"Great White Chief." Sir Wilfrid! 
Laurler; foTrowed by members ot lils 
party, signed the school roll, and ad- 
dressslng the children, the preniier said: 
"You know of the King, the great 
King across water,, in iil« name let 
tomorrow be, a holiday."' 

A visit was pttid to the Indian chief,* 
who presented Sir Wilfrid Lui. 
with Indian carvings. The party t 
lunc.ht;f»n on the Skeen.a. 1 

In tlie afternoon a hlg "i'>n airj 
nicetlng was held in the court house 1 P''''>'*- ^ ^ ,-_ ..^^, _^,„ „„, ,„ 

Growpcd • P*"''">t b© secured tor they are not tn 

waving 1 **'" cauntry and 



Turbulence in Portugal 
' ij-i Mt'iT), Port ul,mI,o Aug. :::■ i^ -j 
(i(..ii may brea^k out In Portugui Jit 1 
iaa\ moment !t is r>'lV>rtcd— that th" 

, i-lericals a 'iiig a signal to rise, 

' following , ,m (heir ljret'.n>:-:>. in 

n „ 0+:H C^i'irxY lln F/^^-0ctQh^I>aln• Meauwhile rifles are being 

Flames Otill taiing Up tC^eblS i„.„ught into Portugal and put Into the 

hands of the Republican leaders. They 
hint at a plan to brtrrg differences to j 
a he ad and it is asserted that they 
"vvnTmeel the clericals op th^^r own 
ground. Mnnslgneur Tentl, the Papal 
nuncio at Lisbon, is looked upon by' 
the Republicans as being highly ob- 
jectionable to their views. It Is report- 
ed that plots against him are nunier- 
ous and that he has taken refuge in 
the fortress. To add to th(j giineral 
unrest, elections will be held next 
Sunday. The situation Is critical. 



GIVES SOME hope; 



in Many Directions— Enor- 
mous Loss of Timber i'l Four 
States ' 



QUESTION DEBATED 

AT |-iIV!ES WARIVILY- 



Sovernroent Engineer Repeats 
His Argument |1 Favor '^pf 
Theirtmployiiient— -Points 
to Labor Scarc|y 



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SPOKANE. August 83.— 'Light rain 
began to fall this evening In Wallace 
and other Oouer d'Alene mining towns 
that have Ijeen scorched or threatened 
bv the fires, and the weary fire lighters 
took new hope. Nothing but a long 
and heavy downfall will quench the 
names that are eating up the big trees , 
of northern Idaho, northwestern Mon- j 
tana and northeastern Washington. 
However, state militia and United^ 
States troops are on the^wfay to do bat- 
tle, with the names. 

The United States forest supervisors 
In Idaho and Montana are unable to 
get into communlcatlon_wltli_ aott of 
their rangers, but It may be that many 
Of them are unharmed. The, nwjBt 
sen8a,aonal rumors, of loss of life con- 
tinue to be circulated, but It Is Im- 
possible to verify them, and It seems 
likely that, aside from lo.s8ea among 
the rangers, the number of deaths ni 
the -three stall's Will not be 100. A 
list this evening of the known dead, 
compiled m Spokane, contained only 
thirty names. ■ v^ 

-Fhe Idaho mlHtlnmen are on the way 
from the encampment at American 
Lake, near Taooma,' to the Coeur 
' U'Alenes. -President Taft notWed 



FOR VIOLAIG 
ALIEN LM ACT 



Growth of the Chijrch's. Work 
Necessitates Change Ad- 
vocates Believe — Reports-of 
Committees-Received 



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square, Which was crowded 

school children In, frw** 

llogs. The spt^akergriook their placep 

on a Hag-drai><!d platform on the 

porch of the court house. An Indian 

girl iM-esented tbo premier wlt,h a big 

bouquet. • 

l'\>llawlng introductory spetthes by 
Mayor -Btiirk, H>»n. . VV'm. Templeman, 
Ralph Smith, F. F. Pwwdee^^nd K. M. 
.Macdonald, Sir Wilfrid I.«.urler made 
a speech telling of hls grattficaiitlon at 
Kt-elng the development of Prince 
Rupert, which was .destined to be the 
"last great harbor of the world," and 
the work done on the Grand Trunk 
racltlc. .^ . . 

Prince Rupert, he said, was destin- 
ed to be one of the great cities of the 
American continent, mainly because It 
was nearest to' the tirlent. He went 
on to tell of the necessity of looking 
to Oriental trade. Across the Pacific- 
were the most numerously populated 
parts of the world, where the people 
were now beginning tci' d#mand woroa 
such ma>'' l^e exported from Prince 
Rupert, There would some day bean 
exchange of wh*at from this coast for 
tea frotn the Orient. HelongedTto see 
the day when elevators would l>e built 



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positively No Cradlt, 



It t> questionable 
whether relaxation of th« ItnmlKratfbri 
laws permitting the entry of foreign 
labor from the United States Is gblna 
to make much difference. If there wa-'' 
a, surplus of wjdte labor I . would un- 
hesliriilhgly oppose the employment of 
Oriental* on this national undertaking 
but Under existing clreumstanco,* J don't, 
see Where any objection can be urged." 
This was the declaration In favor of 
utilizing Oriental labor at railway con- 
struction made by Colllngwood Schrcdbr 
cr, of Ottawa, general consulting en- 
gineer to the Dominion government; and 
chief governiment engineer i.)f the wes- 
tern division, of if»<' Grand T*"""^ ■^*" 
^fie railway, today- 
Mr. SSchreUier did not mince matters 
In discussing th«> stiuatlop. TDe re- 
.turned ibis morning from an Inspection 
of the Pacific division, and left for Ot- 
tawa this afternoon. Before coml.ng to 
the coast li** accompanied Chief Rngi- 
neer Kelleher of the Grand Trunk Pa- 
cific and Contnutor J,' W. Stewart on 
a trip over, tlie grade; boy<ind the, Mc,- 
Leod rlior to a point fifteen rnlles east 
,Uo.»:h£tad Pass. Messrs. KeUohpr 
and .Stewart then proceeded overland 



Governor Brady today that he would 
aend to Idaho all the troops avaUable; 
but that Unltftd Etates soldiers could 
not be used for police duty, tiovernor 
Hr6dy win go to the front also. A 
number 'of Idaho towns, are In danger. 
^ ■ -""7 Great Timber Lotsat 

Tho Are ts destroying much timber 
in the national forests Of^ie grfcat 
mountain Chain whose creirts form the 
northeastern boundary of Idaho, and 
which chain is called ' the Bitter root, 
Coeur d'Alene and Cabinet range4S,. in 
their progress northwesterly from the 
continental divide of the Rockies, 
These raodptalns. and all pf the pan- 
handle of Idaho, are' thickly clothed 
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Sixteen Americans. Engaged to 
Work for Pacific Whaling 
Company Deported by Im- 
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VANCOUVER Attg. 23.— Immigra- 
tion gInSutum:liir._Elll6tt today deported 
?J*leen; nrtmf ^ ho came from Seattlto 
on thji f?n^,. R. steamer Princess -Ctvar- 
lotte, under the pfovlslons of the alien 
labor act. The men said, they were en- 
gated to work for the Pacific Whaling 
jeompany. and their admission that they 
had come to British Columbia u nder 



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By a Vote of* two hundred and 
twelve to ninety- two, the Methodist 
General Conference decided yester- 
day that in future the church will 
have two General Superlnteiitlents, 
one of whom will be stationed in the 
West. The report of tlie committee 
on general superlntendency recom- 
mended that there should . be three 
general superintendents, one stationed 
east of Ontario, one In Ontario and 
the third west of Ontario. The com- 
mittee further recommended that oiie 
of thetee general superintendent. s 
should be ele-Jted for eight years and 
the other two for four years each. 

A prolonged debute- in which many 
of the leading delegates took .part, 
arose on the reading, of . the report. 
Mr. J. A. M. Aikens, K.' C. of Winni- 
peg, .the chairman of the commlt+ee 
on superlntendency. In explaining tliu 
reason for its rocomme.ndations 
pointed out that It was impossible im- 
one man to fulfill the duties of sup.r- 
itrtt-ndency as outlined in the Disn- 
pllne. The general superintendent 
was. supposed to visit every district 
In the churoji and to aid, where poB-- 
SUple, the deliberations of the differ- 
eht conferences. Canada was a na- 
tion in the formative period, inside 
of nine ye;ars tlie population' of the 
WJest had increased from 900,000 to 
1;500.000. In one year there had been 
3a,000 homestead entries. Th e. J4«l»— 
odist Church wbuld be amply repaid 
for anything it could do in the nat»F«- 
j)f. , supervision by playing its part in 
moulding, a good tj"pc of citizenship, 
in Canada. Presbyterianism occup ied 
its strong .position In Western Ca'naHa" 
today on account of the untiring. 
general superlntendency n f T>r , RnH. 
ertwon. In the .next four yearsi said 
the 3j)eaker. conditions would arise 
which would require the bt;st possible 
"SQpervi.Mion. Two types of peopiu 
were IH the upbuilding, one in the 




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, over the route via Port George to Prim e 
at Rupert for export of wheat to the j^^p^^^ At Hazel ton ten days ago he 
Orient and Europe, which -undoubted- ! ^jj„,„ ^^^ tliem. The entire party . re- 
ly would follow the completion of the j burning to the coast. , 
railroad. I „^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ untompieted Hn,e 

Sir Wllfrtd Announced that he hndj^j,^ ^f^^f^i^ njjmber on the pay roll <Jo6x 
secured a list of fifteen lights needed j ^^^ exceed S.200 while' as a Watter of 
tn British Columbia coast waters from i f^ct an additional flv.p or six thousand 
the captain of the Prince George, and 1 j,^i,oppr„ could b.- profitably employed. 
\\ould make hinlself an advocate, be- .[.jjm contractors are unable to secure this 
fore the marine department to ace' 
these provided. . , He spoke at Ic'ngth 



of his trip and the fMlfillment of the 
policy of completion of the transcon' 



th e work." reso med Mr, Bchrelber. "The 
pay. too, la exei?TTetvt,"^e ordlhnry lab^ 
ori'r, being paid $3 a day with a deduc 



tlncntal railroad. He said he wag 1 ^j^n' of |3 Weekly for btiard. The work 



The rtrafiV important Mnctions 

that took, ]>i'-"" in X'ictoria last 
week pa.sscAi ..m nir'' • i>1ca.santly,, 
as the ho'^ts and h 

various In-''^ •' 
suppers \vi : ■ .\ . 
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proud of his country' when he left the 
East, but he. was prouder now that he 
1 had .seen tho gre;it West. He vvas an 
optimist when h« left Ottawa, but 

w(.iild h.e a grenter one on lii ' ' : 

Hon, Mr. Oraliam, minj.str 
ways, sketched the rallro.iu nu! 
Ik'Ionrton, N. p., west, and said 
would have no equal on the oni; 
The ruling grade wa.s four- It 111 
one per (ient. One iDCDnrotlve , an 
haul twice as heav.v a hxid as on any 
--ttther transcontinental rallrpad.: ami 
this would (;iieai)en tr.TnHjioxtatinn.,* iie 
expected to s( •• :i nviilutlon in the 
cost' of freiglit rU's follow ingitscom- 
pletion. ' 



nh-eady done Is very .satisfactory; Thp 

rails east of Uio llockles have been laid 

((Continued on Pagft Tww.) 



R. Phillips Gets Ve (diet for 
■ $15,000 , on ■ Account of 
' Wounds Received in Key- 
stone Canyon Fight 



contract, together with the fadt that 
none of thpm possessed the >25 which 
might have gained them adrhission as 
United States citizens proved fatal to. 
their chancer. 

Recently instructions . w. re received 
from Ottawa that railroad laborers 
could be admitted to Canada without 
regard to the general rules of the im- 
mlgratlon department and thd sixteen 
men In question paissed the Canadian 
Immigration ofiiclal.s at Seattle when 
they said' they were going to- Vvork for 
the Canadian Northern rSailway. • 
JJpon arrival of the Priiues.s Char- 
lotte here this morning inspector El- 
ilott questioned the men, who Were 
.Americans of various nationalities. 
They all declared that thev -Rere' un- 
der contract to work for .Paciftc Whal- 
Ixig company, and that some one was 
to meet them. None of them had $J5 
and no one turned trrr-trt-frire-wharf to 
offer any explanation, 'nllhough the 
men's baggage was checked to Van- 
couver and they declared that some 
man ftad the checks. Under the 'Ir- !-:---•••■••■» -- ^.....^v,..,. v...... .. t.v , 

cumstances Mr. Elliott decided, thatT^»»'d the case for three general sup^r 



SEWARD, Alaska. August ,23.— R. 

Phillips was awarded judgment for 

Jl.S.OOO damages and costs against the 

Copper River and Northwestern Rail.- 

extra men tbey -^^ni.y ^eed, to ^hasten ^w^^om^ny ^^^y^^^ the United 




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Finding in Case of French 
West and B. W:.TWlse, Con- 
^cerned in Tragedy., on Board 
Steamer Buckman " 



The ault grew out of the fambua bat- 
tle two years ago between rival raU- 
road construction crews for the poa- 
ateaslon of 'Keystone Cany6n. Phillips 
sustained a gunshot wound during the 
battle, and alleged that as a result he 
is phvsicallv incapacitated from engag- 
ing in n\anual labor. He sought to 
hold the Copper River and Northwes- -,- 
tern Railway, a Morgan -Guggenheim i ^ 
eon>oration, resporisible for his li;i jury, ; j 
and the Jury found In his favor. 

The attorneys tar the company Im- 
mediately filed a motion tor "-a new 

Kl on the grounds that th« verdict Is 
excessive and that the Jury w,aa pre- 
judiced against the company. J^dge 
(Jushman allowed three days, in which 
Um« the attorneys inay file ain.davitB 
til substantiate the allegation of preju- 
dice, and remarked that h« consldere,d 
trie: award of ? 1 5,000 daiuiLgea..._Bub - 

stantlaj. , ,„ .^ \ . , 

During tti.e progress of the trial, se- 
cret service agent TTfyan was taking 
notes of the evidence; Bryan ■ is In 
laska to Investigate the charges of | 
bribery In coirnecttoir^w+th the last 
trial of Edward Hazy, atJnheau. That 
, aso- two- lJre\v^_.9^lL'::aL_th? Keystonis- 



they were Infringing the alien . iaibor 
act, and the nien were taken to the de- 
tention- shed" and held until 10 o'clock, 
■when they were put.baOlf aboard the 
Princess Charlotte and deported to Se- 
attle. 

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Vancouver Man Found Dead 

VaNCOIIVKR, Aug. 23.— About 
o'clock Sunday morning the body of a 
man supposed to be that of S.,Cum- 
mlngs was found in a shed in. the rear 
Transfer conu'any 



East and the other in the AVest. Be^ 
tween the two lay a wilderness, eight 
hundred . miles In ' breadth. It would 
require the Utmost efforts of the 
Church to preserve coherency between ' 
its adherents among both peoples. The 
committee had come to the concluaiou 
that VVester.n Canada should be well 
sut)erintended arid kept in touch With 
the E^st. 

Pleads for. Continuation. 

A strong and inspiring plea for the 
continuation of the system .which pro- 
vided for one general supel-jntendent 
was made by the Rev. Or. Thomas 
Manning of London,. Ont. The speaker 



intendealfi had been presented in a, 

very crude manner. IJiera seemed "to 
have been no, due cohslderatlon of ■ 
what the change would signify. The 
conference was asked to elect three 
general superintendents on vague sup- 
positions as to )vhat' wer the needs of 
the Church. It was said that the tiom- 
I ing in to the Dominion- of so maify 
6 dliferent types of nationalities created' 
problems with which the churcii 
would have to gt-apple. But were 
tfiere any problen'is t oday that -were 
really new? The formative perlpd l:i 



of' the Vancouver Transfer company s 

stables. Death had. tJiken place some 1 the West was (flmilar to the'forTiuV- 
hours before -the discovery was made, j tlve period in the East. Tiie East 
•and the ohly means of identi«catj(>n was now settled and he was not 
was by a cheque in one of the pockets : aware that' it had lost anything 
of the deceased's clothing. It is like- j through lack jif superylslon on tli 



ly tliat an Inquiest will bo held. 

RIS OELAYEO 
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I part of tho Methodi.st Church., 
1 glamor o.f a -new country 'it Wii 




Storm Near Kamloops Causes 

'Washout of Section of the. 

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9— Sport. 
10— Addition: : 
11 — .ProYlncia! 
12-'-Goneral N' iv ■ 
13 — Re.'il estate. 
14— :Marlne; 
15 — ^Reviews Sesshu. f 

Parllnniout, Miii 
16 — Clas.sified advts. 
17— Markets. 
18. — Givlc bylaws. 
19-— Ad\-'-'rllsfments 
20 — r>avli;1 Spencer, Ltd. 



[ S A N 'FR A.XC'ISCO,^ - 4;|g«»t , ' n,— 

Murder on the hlgh'*i!*«ts Ljvafl tW« 

ibfirge broughir-'BH^r %day' against 

\UeRt and George w'n.'^lUnRion 

> the coron<"r'.s Jury invesil- 

tho death of Captain E. K. 

,', ho was shot i>y tho. I'-ndcr oC 

two plrat^.^i when r ;.i!)j)ted 

. I Ml ore the fltOinri'M 



Canyon 



Bryan it 



to 



po'isePB ftufnclmt evidence to warrant 
Indictments iff connection with the 
bribery «hargW. - 



Khn -coast li 
, r.llet narpi 
It "GSe pena 



.1,'m on 
■ath in 



ON LONG JOURN EY 

Three Litlio .Childrfni of PHsonsr 
Lofsted on Way to Their Rola- ' 
tives in Sweden. » 



. VAnCoVVKK. auk ;53.— Train No. 97 
on the f^vnadMa,I^Jiinc4jsvJjib 
sectKin following, due to arrTveln van- 
.c»»tH',>r-J4ua~4vl«ht at 10:3& from^ Mont- 
real, «nd train No.' 107. from ^t. Paul, 
due to btHvo at ft:25 ln«t night, did n«> 
pull into the city depot until liitiS nn 
VM respectively today. 

The doTay was caused by * «10d«t 
about twenty miles this side of Kam- 
loops, where a heav-,v sforni prevailed 



1'. Ill I ■ 

. boLii ' ,■ ■ . . 

When NVise heard the venlu-.t ' 
irtpsed .-uii! -xnfi led weeping fi 
,-,,,,111 I" '''■•'* Marshal 

^vho u. ;u«(>t Hrmeil 

warrani "' 

murder "■ 

rant whs ih;^u«,il on .. .Jiuplaiiu, oi .^co- 
,,„,) onl'-er Hri'iiuau. of the Buckman, 
■ oroner's Ju-ry was cm- 
iste was immediately 
iantii lo the Alamed^ county JaiU 
where he will remain until furtlicr 
iii-:iring. 



VA.\«'OTiV44l; 

passenpreri^ on 



K\i 1 
lie!' 
se ■> • 

^1S'S17.I•^. i iu ' ' 

left to look 

Pj,,....,. .-,,.,..,■. 

."ipl ^ 

chii'i. < ;. .1.1. ' 



■J.I.- 



-Amanj<_J.he 
r < 'ainoMwn. 

in^PrlHCR 
.■hlldrei), 



In the 
as 2;i*y 
to say that new problems w&re arisiti.I^ 
but where were they? If these piol)- 
lems Were .lew there was no form ui 
organizjiti-on whlich could overtaktv 
theni. The Methodist Church had ai 
present more officials in its organi- 
zation than tho Dominion Cov.Tn- 
ment. In his opinion the duties of the 
general, superintendent were to ha 
found In what, previous holders uf thii 
office had done. To enlarge these 
duties It wa^ neccessary to chu-nge 
the constitution of the Church. At 
present the holder ot the diKnlfled pot 
fllti^n had not the power oi: a ch.ilr- 
.njan of a district board. If the con- 
ference wished to carry out reform.s 
as far as the supervision of— the 
church: vvent, then the general super- 
In'tendenoy. must be given more power. 



Tliat, however, he did nji 

the ' pol.ioy of'l-he Clr: ' 
not wise to confer ln; 
•iKin. Thf .strength 

Bin "1 1(1 lii' in the "iniii 

t.M' i' ii" ,:'■'' •-I,,.- ■ . ■■. 



I'onsldi-r' 



II ' II 



all day Mondity. washing 'out : 


, l:,r(,;e 


ssetlon of traeU. — 






About an hour b<'fore f 




il at 


tho scene of the wa.shout o 




-«en- 


ger train fro"i the enst n 




iraln 


WHM wrerked bv .nprPfldinK 




iupe<i 


H , . . ' . 




■.I'lloh 
afflc. 


1 ■ 1 ,-; 1 u 


nam were 


but. 


fort 


imately 


--■f — r 


^n\- 


■rrrV 



>..,,., I. , ,,U.U . :; .'.:.- ; 

after tlionisolves. but 

'■■•■pie Interest ed th ,Mn- 

and the three small 

. :.ivj way home to rel- 



AuBtr.'iliaa Penuy Postage 
J,j1,.KI.HnfMXK. Aug. 23. Penny post- 
age ■f'.-itldn the coffimtonwealth wUlprob- 
ably be Introduced in the new yeai. 



■' •"'"!• ':i'l >-OM.'Htion 

ii'lcient-offi- 

" i lO'- ^^<<v\<. effectively. 

it the Rev. Dr. .1. Cooper 

\''tori, Ont., seconded by 

J. .^nilth of Hamilton. 

... . ■■ :.'iidment to the report to 

the effect, th.it two general superin- 
tendents bo appointed. The mover 
said that ' oirciimstuncca had, and 
might again arise, when the general 
superintendent- mti?ht wisli to .«eek 
counsel with some one on a similar 
platie with himself. The conference 
could not refuse the appointment of 
two men on the grounds of expense. 
He suggested that nnc .i^.hniild be .'ta- 
tloned In 'Toroni ,. : t'. 'I.t in 
Winnipeg; ■. 

'Pile seconder uf (lie anu-nilnient 
l.oliited out that throuBli there only 
Jielitg one general ■suporintende-.it he 
had lipen overloaded with official dut- 
i"s. in ■'his o|iinlnn it .<ihould be ap» 
1 Cet?linued on I'age ElRht. 



I'fi Wi iniiiirliiiiis 



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mw ■■■s»mmmfm- f^^-7...''.:: 



iyii> m>)y |ii m illl "IW i| « w 



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iiii^j mi < itP!!<i ff'^'''P'f f':'T'. . ' '.""' 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Wednesday, August 24. 1910 




EVENINGS 
ARE COLD 

Vet. v\f*iilhPl' 
for simi' t'r /! 
t'lllU' «'lli'U >/' 



vvf'inhPi-, not scvpre pnoviRh 
urnnop-liKhtlnK. Tli.- 
1,'u yi'u ru'fil a Ki'>i> J 

GAS 
RADIATOR 

.Tiisl ,1 II I till- I HP mill 

HCralch III .( uuitrh ami \iiur riunn 
becomes (ioliBlitfully witiin We 
have II flif Hliu'k uf KMs-licnl tni; 
HIit)arHl II.'-, Kas laiiKf.-*, ru. l-'.aM>' 
imyniiTiis if lioMli'i-il 



VICTORIA GAS CO., LTD., 

Head Salesroom 652 Yates St. Telephone 2479 



rtUCE PURSUE 





Demented Man Who Shot Bar- 
tender at hiterior Town Still 
Keeps Ahead of His Pur- 
sueis 



It Pays To Buy The Best 



La Flor dc Bahama 



'ncc .Miuicratc 



Is the Best Cigar Anywhere . , 

2 SatisfacSon Guafaittee<l 

JOE TASSE CIGAR CO. 




L 



\ Millinery and Dry Goods Importer, 1704 Douglas St. 
Cheapest Millinery Supply House in Canada 

Bargains This Week 

Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, values to $3.90 for 

• • • *pi.UU. • . • 



Northern Crown Bank 



HEAD OFFICE 

-—CapJJLaL- ( Authorizec}) 
Capital (Paid Up) - - < 



WINNIPEG 



$6,000,000 
$2,200,000 



Ffcsiderit - - - 
V^icc" President - 

Jas. H. Ashdovvn 
D. C. Cameron 



DIRECTORS f 

- > - Sir;U. H.McMillan, K.C.MG. 
- - - - - Capt. VVm. Robinson 

H. T. Champion t'rcderick Nation 

\V. C. Lcistikow Hoii. R. P. Rpblin 



A General P)ankin,g Business Transacted 



R. Campl>dl 
J. P.' Roberts 



- ^ General Manager 
Stipt." of B.C. Branches 



^\■|^ll (hii pnn liii'lul pulii I- author 

ilicM anil ,1 |Mi:-i.M,- u( i lu/.iii si.ii (in- 

trail Hi ,\l ai Mil I Irli. !- .1 .liiiii-iili'l 

11 a 11. v( Im 1.11 Sa Mirii 1 > .■ \ ■ ii i i.K '. .■ -i 

, hliot anil killi'il W ilhiiin I'alnnT m 

j llii- hi, I r I i<f I '!• Iml.t at Kra^K. 

i a small l-un "ii i!ii' lir.-al Nuitln-rii 
; la llw a ^ , I hii 1 ■■ niili'-~ -niit li iiT I'd ni.- 
1 1 li.Ti- ,s ■^iiiall 1 ha n<<- ll;ai (lir niur ■ 
ii»|-. |- w ill iiiaKi Ki'iil Ills i-iali.-, 

UlnUKll ■-'• l.ir Ih. iTns hula! imlli .• 
(iei'iirtliniil lia-^ iiiii\<Ml 111,1 w.uil llial 
HolU-r lias bfi'ii » uitlin' ii \u-\ .hi I 

a .sliorl (lospiiU'h I'lann > iii'l inn 
st.'ibli' Snmi)Snn. nf Kciiins who is 
lu rsonalls' fuiuliu't itig the man hunt 
J<..'ilJLilK I'l' the iThiii' 111. liirt)\'-r u-ord 
lias hi't'ii ret'C'ki'd ''- Snin-MnliMnirnl: 
Hi l'i)llrc l" S lluMsi-.-. . 

The SI 11 li for Heller -^Hl he a 
slrpiuioiis nil.. C'onstivble Sampson 
wired that the .uiun vs well armed 
with a rlile ami plenty of ammnnl- 
..tloii and win shoot on sight. It is 
(Joubtful if h<5 will he oapiured with- 
out a struggle. _ 

Palmer,, the victim, agett 31 years, 
was .shot In the presence of hlfl mother 
Three gunshot wounds In the hreast 
caused his death .whiUi- he wtia being 
hurried In tho train to Ferule. 

About 6 o'clock on Saturday even- 
ing as "^trs. Palmer, mother of the 
murdered man. Policeman Lacey ^ml 
Hurt Rawson, the bartender of the 
hotel londiicted by Mrs. Palmer, were 
seated at a table in the dlnlng-roori> 
they heard reports of a gun In th< 
direction of the barroom where Wit- 
Ham Palmer was on duty. .Mrs, Palm- 
er at once rushed to the bar, where 
she was met by Heller with n smok- 
ing rifle in hla hands. Beyond htm 
she saw the form of her son in a 
stooping position, with his hand.s pres- 
sed to his breast. When Palmer saw 
his piother he exclaimed: 

"Oh, mother, he has killed me; he 
shot me through XM lungs." 
Heller said: 
i ••ye«; 1. have_ willed him and I will 
1 kill you. too."" 

I Xotwlthstauding this threat. Mrs. 
I Palmer rushed past the man. and 
; throwing hoi- arms around her f.Tlten 
• s;>n assisted him to the dining-room, 
where he sank to the . floor overcome 
by the rapid flow of blood from the 
j wounds on his breast. ' 

! In the iwnfiision which foHoweil 
' the murderer escaped frorn the t>ulld- 
i lug, and started down' the railroad 
truck, ("onatable Lacey followed him, 
I but when the' retreating manjiHw him 
I he levelled his rifle at him and told 
I him to go back If he did not want to 
I be killed. Not having anything heavier 
I thtiti a revolver, the constable had to 
i beat a temporary rotreat and Heller 
! disappeared In the woods. 
• The northbound ijreat , Northern 
liassenKer-traln. then due. was stopped 
and Dr. Saunders, who happened to be 
aboard, held the tralii long enough to 
have Palmer aiid his .mother taken 
aboard and started on a life and. death 
jwurhey to I-Vrnle. i 

.Ml examination of the wounded man 
disclosed that three shots had been 
fired, nil of which ha<i enteretl the 
upper part of -the breast a,nd left 
shoulder. , Two of these evidently had 
penetrated the upper part of the lungs 
and proved fatal. Palmer expiring In 
the arms of his mother Iwfpre the 
train reached Fernle. 

The body of Palmer. was taken to 
the undertiiUer's parlors to* await' on 
imtuest by fofoner Bleasdell. 

Mrs. Palmer is well known In Fern Ic 
and at t'oal Creek, where sl)^ resided 
before going to Kragg to enter the ho- 
tel Imslness. She has been sepai'ated 
from her husband for several years 
and he Is Said to be residing In .Va-j; 
nalmo. A' young 86n works In the foal 
t'reek mines and a married daughte 
also lives In the Boundary dlHtrtct. 
Heller Is said to be slightly dement- 



The second dav of tl»« meeting with 
perfect weather, with a sllglil haze and 
about a decree of west wind whcri ih»/ 
men went, to the 200-yard rang« ((^ 
l^lrst range ol' the governor-geiieial « 
nip. line of wliieh Is llred today anil 
In .slriKle rauKt's ''"i''' 'J">' ""'" !^"""- 
ila\. when the llrst hundred will shoot 
oir tor the I. Ik money Ht th>' Ihne 
long xangeM. There wi-re u good nuuiv 
ol.sapiM.iHUMl men at I he lirsl range in 
the goveruor-Keiieral's. Init the sliooi- 
iiigwas Kcnerallv good. P'reeborn. llUli, 
and .'VlorrlH, Uith. nuule the only iio-ssl- 
hlcM, sev.-ral of tfie British l'oUil,nbln , 
men shootiiiK well iiP- i 

The onlv match compl'^X''' was the; 
president's, won by Private ( •llt'lord. | 
Kith, Ft. S., .■!:(; Sergt. fan'. 5th i '. d. A., | 
31, $ll; Sergt. .MoHcroik tilh D. C. O. I! 
■-•9, IS; Major Suiger, l\ i'. R'- A.. '.. 
and Pte. WorUoi. lith 1). C. O. II.. -•'' t ■ 
each; fapt. Wolfenden. B. C. K- A . '-'■<■ 
(•apt. Selatei-; r.ih I>. < '. O, R.. -•'■ 1'"' 
lliinipliries, i;iii M. ' ' ' > R- -'^ ■ i"^' ' «' 
V .nliiU. ■•:; ami S.ij;!. Tumil, tUli 1 ». i' 

1 I i; , ,; ', ,,11 i t . ,1. ;i. 

,\ tt.rnln' 1 iiai.ili i . h n'^ ami - i .«i'i 
st-rin sloiiped till' .-h.iMitiiiL; in ll'i,- 
\S .ilk' r niattil. 



PliOTESTS MADETo 
1 EDWARD GREY 



Egyptian Nationalists Despatch 
i Telegr'ani Protesting Againsi 
the Terms of Itls, Reference' 
to Egy|)l in the Coniniuns \ 



■5*" 



The Man 
Wants 
His 
Money 



Who 



Ml: 



\MU ::■:!, Til. 
MiliKiiant over 



I'a 
Ml 



I 0T>: 



NOIABLE GENERALS IN 




N ,1 1 > ' ■ ! 1 . 1 i I ■ 
Sir Jr^il \'. li 1 1 1 
''■'^ lai. -I il.^claratloh.'j In„.rep:.ii''i i" 
I'l. ami Ihi' exeiHltive Coniiiil'''' •''■ 
li.nl.i, through tlieinediiini "I Un i 
i'-l)resi(.li'iit.' .Ml l'"ahini Kaiiu'l. Iia \ • 
lialehed u 'telejjrarn to Hii 1iM\\ard 
■ex.'..atru.niji.v l'role.slli..' .1 .. ■ '; 
Iiite.st dei;iarat ions In •,',• li > •: 

I 'iiiiiinuiiK rela 1 1 1 e 1 n 1 li' .- . ; i 'i ll: ■ 
I lil isli oi'i'iip.i I 1' "1 'll 1. 1, ■ ; : .~iii, ll 

lii'i'laraliiiiih, ii'i u leKialn stales, are 
aliiufctl'ni- ih iMiipatihlc w iih tlu- honor 

li lii'i'at iMil.im. 11' \ ii w of the proiu- 
i.'-a-.s thai ha'.i' htiii made .ill the 
Speeches Iroiii tiie Tiirone by English 
Statesmen, "who have declared that 
they would i ■-.; ri t,- >in- country." II 
onl.y mean /latemenCs as 

those of llii: iwnijiii iOiio.^ter wlU'ha\;e 



. - ... . .. - i»l»v».JV- \J t. *, %l\_-, I■•l^.lt^ll *I*>*J>.<I.V,I l.»41*. 'ItA.!, V. 

I — 5— n— t r I _^A D^nU« /-..-i^ the effect of making the people attacli 

Lord HoberlS, IZZet Pasha and ihenTselves more cfosely to W imer-. 
n „_'i- . 'n :j...,+ \/!«!t esis Of their country so far as Inde- 



Brazilian 'President Visit 
Berlin Next Montii and Will 
Attend Imperial MaiTouvres 



BIEiRJlvlX. Aug. •Ja.—A notable 
group of military and political tigures 



esis Of their c<»untry so far as Inde- 
pendence and Ilberty^ttre concerned." 
The telegram concludes: 

"In continuing our peacei'ul struggle 
we .shall, without doubt, secure our 
rights, in spite of the xmslaught that 
may be mad« against the principles 
of Justice and Immanity; certain it n 
that the future reyists in.ibody." 

.The Xationallst jiress, meanwhile, 
entirely occupy thenisel.vep wltli Sir 



group or military ana poiiucai iiijuic:, v.....^.,. •-"-■.' ........ „^..,„ 

will be brought together here during I J-^clward Ghey s last speech. bj<l they 

the first week in September. By a | have no thing new to say on the siib- 

colncldehce of dates, Lord Robert»r6f 1 J«<^t: Indeed. It would seem that they 

the dining-room, the Brlti.sh army: lazet Pasha, chief have merely resurrected alj their ob- 

of a gun irt theW-the Turkish general -staff, and Mar- articles In regard to the Question 



shal Fonseca. president of Brazil, will i the occup&.tion They must, hovvever. 
be here at that time, and will be guests feel relieved at Sir Kdward Urey a 
at the same hotel. ... statement in regard to the development 



It Is expected that t»«e»tf military 
chieftains will sit side by side review- 
ing the Kaiser's troops at the great full 
jjarade on Tempelhoefer field. 

Lord Roberts Is coming to give for- 
mal notification of King George's ac- 
cession to the throne, while Izxet Pasha 
and President-elect Fonseca are on 
their way to attend the German arms; 
manoeuvres at Danr.ig. at the invita- 
tion of the Kaiser, who thus agiM" «'"- 
phaslies the marked attention Ger- 
many has .been paying to Turkey and 
South America: 

, — , UiHN.- 



tOSSlBlE 




WAS HIS SUBJECr 



of the Sudan, as thoy always htul 
lurking 8usi)lcl0u that England Intend- 
ed txj develop cotton-growing in tin 
Sudan at the expense of Egypt. One 
freiiuently hears the cry of England 
irrigating the .Sudan to the detriment 
ofiive water supply of Egymt. The se- 
curity still daefs not seem g'-od enough 
for them, as. In their opinion, a con- 
ference on the subject between Sir 
Reginald Wlngate, Sir Eldon Gofst 
and Sir Edward Grey— three,, Britons— 
cannot posslbfy end In anything good 
for_Egyiit.— Reuter. 

__: ^ — •■ , , 

Cecil McCarthy, of "Jielson was In- 
stantly killed a few days ago, by be- 
ing struck by a train. He is thtj, 
fourth son of hiriiitrehts to nieet vlp- 
ilent death by acclde'n,t. 



Ti i'i!!i.,' k'i:: Iiie.;be8t P08- 

:-iiMi r- I ■: \.... Ill his "weajang 
,1 p! ■ ' I I I ill mill rely cc'mBider- 
ai I i i: liie judgment Of 
ll; The 'Twentieth 

< I I lOuiid, we , spetiHl- 

1 I Is for tile very.bigh- 
,-»L eltt.10 of uttire ■ for men 
that money will buy in ,<'Hh- 
fidai and- is worn by hun- 
dreds of the Iwjst dressers in 
in Victoria. T!ht« new con- 
signments of 



Autumn Suits 

Just to Hand 



Represent unprecedented 

value. We wish to emphai-- 
ize the fact that in style, 
quality, fit, comfort and ser- 
vice they will compare with 
the highest ciasK of custom- 
made suits. Indeed, they can 
be "^:u8tom-maVle' if you 
prefer it, tailored to your 
order if you wish. We don't, 
however, think ,\ovi will|need 
I suit tailored to measure if 
you v\U call anrt-tr.\ one-ol 
these new . •;. ■ pilons at 



$15 to $30 




W.& J. WILSON 

fMEN'S FURNISHERS, 
1221 Government St.. nnd Tronnce At 



^^iva^vu!^ 



Dr. Emil Reich S ays Engla nd's 
Greatness Springs From the 
Possibility of Individual- 
ism 



The BEEHIVE, Pouglas Street 

t^itest London Novelties in the shape of Silk l...'.^. Tiea. ScaKs. 
etc.; a Ibt of new designs, in Blouses' are also to hand, we shotild 
be I'lcittBed to show" you them. They nrr very tempting, feo be care- 



t«d and H Is thought Jhat he visited 
the barroom Saturday evening with 
the Intention of w recking vengance 

• upon Rawson and made a mistake and 

( killed. !f»almer. 




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SPECULATORS! 

\\c haVfe iKid placed witH, iti lOr sale 
about one cfcre of land in Janies Bay,.closr 

In the ParlianieiTH^)iiil(lingSvand five min- 
utes' walk from the General P. O. This is 
an admirable Apartnrent'Hoiise Site. < A 
n;f)fu1 -ii/ed building <^o"^d br rrrrted. and 

sufiifiviu L:'r<>ui!(l ■ -^ii . ' -ii ': ii feft iov 
tennis cuiri. .c;;i,rdni^. garage, stables, ;etc. 
'( )\\in.c;' to circuni-i.'inrc-. ibt; o\<'ner of tllis 
])r('|jcrty must veil, and i-- w illing-.to aCC.<ept 
icssthan.the iin'n.riv cr.^i him, • '' 

Price $6000 



WANTS ASIATICS 

FOR G. T. P. WORK 



(Continued. From Page One.) 



to a point beyond McLeod river, 12fi 
miles, ^est ofl Edmonton. On the coast 
dl.vl.<»l'on the tallhead Is 05 miles out of 
Prince Rupert. iThe grading of the first 
hundred mile section Is finished. On the 
section above Kitsnlas canyon, extend- 
ing, to Aldermere In the Bulkley vallpy. 
there are orily patches' hTe and there 
of completed work. 

"On this last section It JuSt about 
looks as thouKJi.a ben had been doing 
a little scratching, and all through the 
scarcity of labor and through no fault 
of the contractors." added the veteran 
engineer, whose Inspection extended to 
a point fiftcen-iillcs beyond Haaelton. 

Three turinold in the Vicinity of Kit- 
malas canyon and one en-t of Haseliob 
kr6 (now being driven 



D.rJa. MATCHES 



..h^ 



PJ^JItntnaPiet at' OttawW Meet— Some 

Bi-itish Columbia Wini#s m 

Opening Contests. 



OTTAWA. A» 
Rifle aBsoclntk 
tf-rdny the 
electied as fol 



A 



I.' 



■ 1 111 



\ 



111 



I I'l';! MC;''''i 

think w'nat one acre of 
land live minutes" walk from the P. O. will 
be worth m one or two years' time. 



,g. 23. — At the Dominion 

n executive meetlwg yes- 

mstcb committee was 

..,v>..- »„ __-fftft«: Lieut. Coi. Sher- 

wviod. G. M. .Gl, Ottawa; Lleiu. Gol,:^JS'. 

ri. Davidson. /fhR. H. €.: Major. M<'- 

Hohble. Sth Hussars; Mrtjor IWercler, ,y. 

O ri.; ('i'lpl. Iw, ,S. Vovfcxt. Vancouver. 

Tlu following addttk^hl sights, were 

White. 
lerlnnd 
i i ,., ,„,,,,■, ' ■ - iri aii.l 



4 niP,-.. . ii T.cfndon HmatJ. Arms; ^ 

+ jsii;iai> i.< tWhlfh' romtWiitee; Sutb* 



LO.VDOX. Aug. :'3.— I>r. EmilRelvh) 
addressed a. meeting of the Antl-So- ] 
clalist t^nion at the Caxton Hall 
Westminster, on the subject of "Why j 
England, of all, nations. Is leasts ] 
adaptable to any sort, of Socialism." i 
Socittlism, he said, had been a failure 
for 3.000 years, though it had been ; 
tried in n.eiarly every country, ancient 
and modern, lil a variety of ways. 
There was hot, one form 'uf Socialism, 
but itt leBBt 26 forms of It. and It was 
Invariably propagated by people who 
did Wat consult the one Bburce of 
.knowledge— history. The English So- 
cialist called out for e<jual chances. 
Lfid did not realise that the British 
empire had been built on .inequality. 
Fyenchmen., Germans, ^and Itullans 
kftew that England's geographical 
poyit-lon gave her a pi"e- eminent posl- 
tloVi. -ifing|and had not .bg*n invaded 
for\ over 800' years; and ci>if>««\Quelntly, 
—Li'P'v^^ other Continental nations, 
couid go out into the world and build 
Aip in entp lr e . "Y ( ui havitJiullt up a 
huge Empire on lne<iuallty. and now 
you cry for equality." proceeded 'the 
speaker. ' 

The underlining principle in the 
building up of the empire was written 
on , the faces of every one, on every 
i>ui'ldlng, and In every law. I't- waa 
the principle of Individualism..' Eng- 
land has been, fortunate In the pos- 
session of a large number of igrcat 
personalities, the product of (Indi- 
vidualism. Some of tho.se personali- 
ties had been eccentric and some fool- 
ish, but there was nb doubt of the 
greatness of many of them. France 
was poor today bccautfte she had no 
great personality. The greatest men 
in France were the w'omen.-^ (Ltvigh- 
ter.) Tha.t was why France had a 
democracy. (Laughter.) Personality 
was the soul of Individualism. It was 
personality that made art, literature, 
great military strateglstjs, and great 
captains of industry. It was the basis 
bt the' foundation of everything, and 
It could not co-exist with Socia.Usm, 
w^fh its necessary array of Inspectors 
! and officials. 

I Last of all. Socialism had no foreign 
policy, which was the liasla of all poll- 
tics, eapeclhlly in England. England, 
on the one hand, kept up the baUtnee 
between, other countries, and, on the 
other hand, was kept up/by the reae- 
tum fn.ni the other countries. Eng- 
binil's' fiTeiicn iirdlcy was. life-giving 
ami \ital. ami mii.«t be kept up; Ho 
wan' ' Knglftnd kept up for 

th(i! i he neglect of foreign 

police. :.iM n a- would take place uiul-r 
S(.hl«llsni. wmilii mean, decay. 




paciors! 



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l^iiiinbiiiii 

Bids 



If^'ou^\'ish to Get a Good 

Automobile for Less 

Than Half Price 

Vou bad h.,"rr drop in and.lo.ok over the many har- 
gain> \v\i J^^v-eio of fer' in sJecond band machines, all; 



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714 Yates StrejCt 
Tel. L.^T-? 



of which arc 

Wewi^irt.) draw particnlar attention that this is 
about the 'Hii) time of the Vcar in which 'you arc able' 
to ^c\ Mich h.tr.jrains. .We will l)e pleasctl to show 



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■ R.P.eLAKK, Mgr. 



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Mild Cured Hams, Pure Lea! Lard 

. Compound La.rd, ;■ - 
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!,i'ii \vardi.<<, the 1'' ■ 
Clements, in si. ;!.'). *-<• 
erts. SerKl. SpinUs. I'Mh H. <? 

$i;i.f.o. 

T. Bh"- ii : . I !•' «'.l ' '" 

S. Davidson, 4hth, HI; Sergl 
fith D. C. O. R., 33: Lieut 

Forthrrglll, 6th D. C. O. M., 

loist. :i'J: Scrgt.-iVlar- 

tith 1). 

msU'ons. 

Mr. Slnitie'ns.i! Mi di.lne 



t , ; was ! I 111 ii'-ii ii\ IT iiv .'■< 

ii .,,,,!,_ I lO.'Jtrada, the leader •■'' ' 
iTnmedtatety ttf-ler\'. ■ 

sued M praelnmiii 
\(jiMild g|Ve the tit) 
', ,. 1 anid stnrted a peacr 
. orporal Ii"b.- i X.<,ed of foreign cons,. 
♦ o inform (ieneral iO.-^ti 
ll lit iiiiL-j. The eonmiislon 



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[VZ- Corp. Resan. loist. II'J: Hem 
till lOSrd, 3'.'; c'aptaln l<"orer<t. 
c I) n.. 3'2; Lieut, r Col, • A ni 

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ThroiiKli a cnve-in at the Snowshoe 
mine, Mike Ban« r and !>. nal:iaii 
\vere Instantly killed. The bodies wore 

r.i iKitiruii.v auuigieU. 



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.....Tor. Don.Lik'is and Inhii.'Min Streets 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Fashion Craft Suits 

FOR FALL 

Show in a marked tl(,i;'-ei' llu' fine points of tlic tailor// 
art. wliilc \hv ^udesaud cololrsjirc' vit\- attractive. It 
will 1)C a plca>iirr •'•!• us to show you the latest 



arrivals. 



PRICES $15.00 to J^35.00. 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO.. Ltd. 

F. A. Gowcri, Managing Director 1114 Government Street 




WHITE HANDS 

ABi: A MARK OF BEFINX: 

i:v (try lady Khoiild \ceep her own 
!iTfect. SaKBcious ones, when 

pre-servlnR- fruit, Kar<len|nK, low- 
Jng, (ieveloplnK phofos, duBtlnff 
rooms, 1)1- wMsliln^r illshps, wesir 

RUBBER GLOVES 

JSTothiug like them for koeijlng- the 
hands white and soft. 
"•"'W e liitve Ju.Mt reo-lvt^ii a larso 
■iipply of this very best that 
money can 4iuy — the good servlce- 
i^ble kind soTTflTt for by discern - 
InR people. 



CYRUS H. BOWES, CHEMIST 



Tels. 425 and 450 



1228 Government Street 



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ROYAL BANI OE CANAB 



Incorporated 1869 



Capital Paid Up $ 5.000,000.00 

Reserve .......,....> $ 5,700,000.00 

Total Assets ..*;.... .* $70,000,000.00 



A General Banking Business 
Transacted 



F. SHUTE 



MAN.AGER VICTORIA BRANCH 



New Premises Are Being Erected in Government Street 

> For This Bank 



VICTORL\ WEST BRANCH 

Corner Catherine Street and Esquimalt Road ^ ^ 

Savings bank accounts a specialty 

■ ' A.C.'FUTriiER, Mana.crcr. 



. Let Us Estimate on Your 

WIRING, ELECTRICAL FIXTURES 

ETC., ETC. . - ' 

Only first diss material uSed, WorkmansHip guaranteed. 

Prices right. 

HAWKINS & HAY WARD 

728 YATES ST. " PHONE 643. 




The Man at the Bat rr\ay 

be caught OUT on 

his third strike, 

but 



^ EDDY'S 
"SILENT" 
MATCHES 



NEVER FAIL to liKlit ehfTFIRST STRIKE.. "Aa sure as the dawn of 

X'^morTovf." , 

^ixty vf-avM nf pxpprlence havebrouRht Kd^y'l' Matches to the 
ACME of PERFECTION,. The famoija '•Silent." . . •■ 

• Also Eddy's Paper Woodenware, Fibrewarc, Palis, Tubs and 'Wash- 
boBrdf. ■''' ' ■ ': ;_; L , ■' ' I: * 

Mitchell Bros., Seiiinf* Agents, Victoria and Vancouver 



ELECTRIC GRIT FOR POULTRY 




CATION 
YET IN 




country. He 'was last aefcfi, aa late as 

10 Q'eiock today near tho Patterson 

11 lace. 



No Definite News Tliat Man 
Held at Dillon is Haney, 
Train Rol,)ber and Murderer 
of Decker 



NORMAL STUDENTS 

List of Victorian* Attending Institu- 
tion in Vancouvar to Qualify 
aa Teachers 



\v,,v>- recclvcil, 
! liilMii ini.lioat- 

I, hi IhiT.' lUHl 

ll.tii.-y, irfiiu 
Spi'Clal t'oii- 
Imt ami Hill- 
11 nil .June '^'-i 



i'Yi.iTi till' r.ii-t 1! .1' 
II. lire autliorHii'.-! Ii''i' 
11.1 fiu-iliiT wur.l I'l'Mii 
lliK ll;;i! 111.' iirlH.iii'-i 1 

rotilii'v and niiir'.liM'ir "! 
.slahlr Drck.r wlU' -vis 
cl l)\ llaiMW !ir;ir \ li' !■ . 

h,st xrur, lias !m.:i l.l' nlMi-.l asllaney 
th.nigh ulflcTS ironi iLos AngeU-.s, wel 
ar>|ualnto(l with Hnnoy, are now at 
Dilliiu for fife purpo-B.v of liK-tilUyluK 
tli.> prisoner hold fur a bol(:l--ailWUil 
in hold up the Millon State banU, it is 
l.ns.>slble that after all the prisoner Is 
!.nt Haney. 

.Superintendent • Hussey staU'il yes- 
terday that ho had received no fur- 
ther Information opni-ernlng the iden- 
tity of the man held by the pillon 
authorities but that there was no 
hurrv and every effort would be made 
to establish his identity before giving 
up. The superintendent cannot recon- 
cile the fact of the remarkivbte— rv- 
.semblance of the descriptions of the 
prisoner and Haney.' a resemblance 
whlch'tallles-pven i:o the birth fhnrks. 
.scars, etc., without taking. Into ac- 
count the physical similarities. 

The crime for which the man be- 
lleved to be Haney was arrested at 
Dillon w2a a. distinctly bold one. The 
account of the attempted hold up ot 
the bank as recorded in the Dillon 
press is as follows: 

At about 42:15 today an alarm of 
fire .was sent In from the third ward 
where a barn htilonging to Mrs. Talent, 
of Railro ad avenue, was burn ing. The 
department" responded imd the usual 
crowd of onloo*cers followed. While 
the people were running t"waird8^th.> 
fire a hold-up man entered thejroul 
door of tho State bank and 8t^PP'"K 
up to the cashier's wintlow. which A. 
J. Bredn. (>n<>(>f thy >iank^t.-lerk8 was 
attending to during the noon ^lour 
while A.-^slstant Cashier tlraeter was 
at lunch, laid down two sliver dollars 
asiklng iMr. Breda. If he would give 
him one dollar bttls for tlteau-.-Mr. 
Breda turned- and opened the bill 
drawer and whenTie faced around to 
give the 'man the bills he found him-, 
•self looking Into the n\uzzle of a re 
I volver. He was told to throw up hL 
[hands, but Instead he droppoil behind 
the counter jmd started-. lQr_lhfi_reac 
door. The hold-up called -to, 4ilm to 
.stop or he would shoot, and a second 
lutera shot, was fired, which, strik- 
ing one of the larjse bank bqoks lay- 
ing on the counter, was deflected and 
the bullet crashed into the door Just 
above Breda's head. Breda then ran 
out the back door to notlfj' someone 
and the hold-up-- knowing thta_ .he 
woulK be captiired it he stajr* %ny 
lunger ran out of the front do#r and 
to his horse, which was tied to a guy 
pole ot the electric light line. ^ and 
jumpi ng into the B&M )^, "ta'- te^ hjs 
horse on a 4:ua~-down BunnacU Street 
At the HoTconiT) hotnse coi-Tier. ^vhlch 
he attempted to ttjrn too rjutckb'. his 
lior.se sli-pped and fell, throwing him 
heavily trt the ground aild partly upon 
him 



'I'lic following' Victoria .students will. 
ailcnd .Normal or McGlll university 
.■olloKc third year arts: , „ 

Normal school: Miss Katie Coates, 
llilO (JlDiLstone avonuo; .Mis.s Maude 
Logan, IIH S(;ho<d street; Miss II. K, 
Heattie, 414 Kdward strt^el; .Ml.ss Myr- 
tli> Hendry, 1277 Vining Hlrect; Miss 
■.VL'Trie Jouos, ir)2ti Cook atreel; .Miss 
Kvelyn Le'"lercq, li5J0 Fernwood road; 
.Miss" Marie nalle/', 1157 Pinibroko 
HtriU't- .MlHS Dorothy Fox, 0U9 .MeClure 
street; mThs fcthcl Hardlc, c o. G. H. 
Hiinlie, Ksquimalt; Miss Mavis Hanna, 
H72 Hevrwood avenue; Miss Hernlce 
Hinds, "203 ,Ie.ssle street; Mis.s Kdlth 
Maitravers, c o. A. .Matravers, Esqui- 
malt;. Mis'- I-'.\:i M.ii-Ki'tts, 114:; \'lcw 
strei^t. 

McOlU <'.illcgc, Vancouver: Miss 
Alice I'orrv, .Millstn-ani and Miss Ednu 
Lehman, i:>ii2 Mil tic Highland.^. 



Real Nappa 

Kid Gloves 

Per Pair 

90< 




Dent's 

Gloves 

Per Pair 

jpi.oo 





OFF BEACON HILL 



Little Alma Westwood While 

Playing on Beach Falls Oft 

Rock—Rescuer Comes Too 

-Late 



Falling from oft the rock on which 
she was playing, nine-year-old Alma 
Westwood. daughter of Mr. tvnd Mrs. 
Westwood, Nanalmo, was drowned 
yesterday afternoon shortly after :! 
o'clock oft Beacon Hill Park. Though 



The World's Q 

orsets 





PATCNTID r90» 



Tlir a;)ju-;if.-,ini-c - ''• } ' -n >> '' ' ' " f'H'i'' 'i'" 
,l.._peii(is l;irj.4-cl\- 011, wlui Cui^uL y^iu st.lcci ,.-..vv' 
thercfiire take plca.surc in recommending- an; 
. of the I; 'Ui'uing: ■•■''■ 
La Vogue Bust-form Corset5-rr.-:'-r: . .^1.25 
Nemo Self-Reducing Corset,.$5.oo, $4-'^,S- ^,w.^ ' 

and ..^. ■• ...... S3.50 ; 

TJie famous "Gossard" Lace-in-front Corsets, i 

nc-Vvest niodcls, ^7.50 and. ,> ^6.50 ; 

Latest -models in CjB a la Spirite. i' rices ; 

range front v$io.50 to . '.": ^l.Su ; 

W.B. Nuform Corsets, long hips, habit back, r 

Extra Speciair$2:75- $--2.S and $1.75.! 

D. &A. Dire;ctoire Corses, at $2.50, $2.35. 
. $1.30, $1-25. and ;. . . ..f',.V. '.'.«.,.,.-..--.? 1^00 

We have just received the '"Radio" Dress 

Shieldsrn«-«tit^hing or pins required . T5^ 

Kleinert's Hose Supporters, "Shuron" cla.sps, 

l)ink, sky. black and white, 50c arid ...25^ 



theTTody was recovered within a few 
minutes and every effort made at re- 
suscitation, life had become extinct. 

The young girl, with her sister 
Fanny, had been visiting with their 
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 
Alien. 229 Government street. ,i ester- 
day afternoon the . -tw.a. .ehjl(lr5ai_:Wittl 
their cou.slns, Ethel and William Allen, 
were playing on the beach Just op- 
posite the end of. South Turner street. 
They Vere resting from tlie ir fun and 
sitting on a log when Alma Jumped up ; 
and ran out upon a rock projecting 
Into the water. She got too near the 
ing mto tne n\y/i*ic "i «• • = - edge Of the slippery surface, and with 
He was told to' throw up hls--,i cry fell Into the \Valer. which was 
. .„_.^-j li. ,i_,.r>r,«,i viohinii ijygj, jjgj. ampth. Her clothes weighed 

her down and she almo.st Immediately 
sank beneath the surface. The cries 
of the other children brought Robert 
Cross t(> the spot. - H-« was walking j 
on the bank above an* lost no time In j 
getting to th« ^Titer's edge. Throwing j 
off" his coat. Cross 8r>rang into the wa- i 
ter. .though he could not swim, but the 
water was not beyond his depth and he 
succeeded In catching hold pf the- body 
and bringing it ashore. In the mean- 
time Mounted Cowtuble BeptOn, who 
was patrolling aWng the Dallas roud, 
^■as summpned and Dr. Holden called. 
The latter, when he, arrived. endeavQr- 
ed to resuscitate the child, b.ut- without 
success. Nearby at the time of the 
drowning wks an Individual who saw 
the occurrence, but who fii'ared to ip ako 
an attempt to save tlmcWIIil. fi.fliev!; k; 
that the water was over his depth., and 
as he was unable to swim, he was 




Full Selection of Ladies and Children s Hijgeian Waists 

Alwatjs in Stock 




^I€TORIAS GENUINE SEMI-ANNUAL 



Messr s. Peayc and 8tei>h enson. two 
jiif !»( as — u - . — .vu. . — r gtu r ntn g 





OUR SAL E PRICES ARE GENUINE 

MONEY SAVERS 



'IM.is 
lion, onr- 

■;.■;: iln-l\-ir: 

$i.,0O per 100 11. 



:t oil tlic nuirUut today, contsruiTrig~"Tjrr=~*' 
.r'opertle.s that your birds need. Keep 
feathers and Is u great fg|f.;i pfoijucer. 



SYLVESTER FEED CO., 709 Yate3St.,Tei.4i3 



A Cosy Lillle Dinner Set 

I'-i'U' grff-'i '' ' • '^^ idccfs, oimugh -for 6 persona. 
',,-, ,,,, ,' ..nly .y ,'. 51.95 

OTHER U N U b U A L, t J f f i- H I N C. S ■' ' 

Cut Gln5« Dnrontcrs, ■ . i u -250 

China Cw"<pwlnr.., ■ , ,-iil,'ir 7:ic e;)ch 25c 

o.., .... c, h'i.,., ,-..r-..inr S^.'n n,-i . . ;. $1.25 

Berry Sets. , ,- ■ • ■ ^ 

China Salad Bov/U. -^^o 

Bread Knives, regular COc e.'uli 25c 

Glass Sets, pieces, regular 75.. 25c 

p g — The^^f'tlver Queen Ran. V^'^' i.i.'il. 

Halliday Clyde Co., Ltd. 

Phone 855. Tinsmiths, SHef?t Met.il Wcrkers. Etc. 558 Johnson St. 



Dillon lawyers, who were: . 

from lunch Just at that time, saw the 
horse and man fall and ran -to .h(m. 
They got the horse >»p and seeing the 
nan was armed, and dlsgulse,d with a 
vi« which was partly oft, they dls- 

.d him and whili- Mr. Stephenson 

holding the 'horse Mr. Pease ran 
in. a doctor. Very shortlr afterwards 
the officers arrived and he was tahen 
in a partially unconscious condition to 
the county Jail. He was then exam- 
ined bv phvsiclans and no broken 
bones or serioua extifrnal injuries were 
foun<l though he moaned constantly 
and It mav be that he is injured In- 
ternally by the -horse falling on Mm, 
though many believe he Is Just. "staJl- 
ilng" to keep from talking* 

When his effects were searched It 
was found that he was- well prepared 
for anv emergency and apparently the 
robbery had been very Coolly and de- 
liberateiv planned. He, had two re- 
volvers, one a big Colts 45. the other 
;i Colts automatic 32. He had two 
e;:^tra magazines ready loaded, for the 
automatic and a hundred rounds of 
.Ti-nmunltion tied up In ,the glove for 
the same guh. He also haft a Palr of 
wire cutters which he would have 
probably used to cut fpncea pr tele- 
phone, wires to aid i,n his escape. He 
wore a brOwn curly wlw'^r a disguise 
and \vore about a month's chin- beard 
and a heavy black mustache. He is 
about 5 feet 8 or 9 Inches tall, rather 
heavy set, aulte. dark and has if)roml- 
nent features. He was well dressed, 
underneath the khaki suit which he 
wore and was particularly clean and 
neat. .His hands are soft and show no 
sigiis of ever having done any hanl 
work. Ho wore a slouch cajivas hat 
and had an extra suit of clijthes In a 
bag behind his ssiddl?. Among other 
things found In his possession were 
two letters written In code which con- 
tain such words as "bank"' "meet me" 
"thousand" "jmuch rhoney", "Dubois" 
"SJpencer" "fail" "get there" And others 
which apparently pertain "to the case 
ill pidnt. Other things found on; him 

I wore a fine gold /Walt ham watch, a^ 
larRe.j:eHectlng mirror, a* .silk handker- 
chief marked "R," a black slouch hat 
and some small change In sliver. He 
also had with him a half pint bottle of 
whiskey which had a Metlen hotel 
label oh It. „ 

~ "t — That the man hau nn accomplice 
who was to meet hlni later there 
seems to l»e nu doubt. > The hold-up 
nian stayed at Carl Innes ranch the 
nlKht liefore la.<<t and while' there hi! 
was enquiring about the lay of , the 
country. He nl.'<o snld that he was 
lo m'-et lutrties from DUlon. At that 
time he bad- two hurSea with him, a 
idg ba\'. the one he had In town today 
and a blac'-k hor.se. Lh.ii night the 
man was seen, toy Mr. S. S. Patterson 



lifrald to Jump In after the drowning 



child. 

The body was removed to tjlr. Allen's 
residence In^the police patrol wagon, 
and later to the undertaking rooms of 
W. J. Hanrta. Dr. Bapty, acting cor- 
oner, stated laiit night that he did not 
kno"w whether Jt would be necessary 
to hold an Inquest. 

The parents of the drowned child 
were telegraphed to last evening, ami 
pending receipt of word from them, the 
funeral arrangements will not be made. 



D 



SCHOOLS 
OPFN IN 




"We are not offering you a lot of old out-of-date footwear.' Every-, pair that's in our sale 
represents st y le , q uali-ty and genuine economy. Visit us and let us prove what we say. 

EXTRA SPECIAL, Geo. A. Slater's Invictus 
Shoes in Velour Calf and Viei Kid Blucher. 
Per pair i... • 




LADIES' 



Few Changes in Teaching 

.- Staffs— Provincial . Inspec- 

■ torates Rearranged -7- In- 

. greased Scope of Textbf'oks! 



ran" 

hi'. 



nis; (u-ld. 



Mid llli:- 



oiorn- 



su w 
: .incii 
..iiSV ,vi ■ ■ ' ■ II- 

\\:\-^ ■' ^" ■• ill; lit 

an I irruoins. He was 

.SI . 1 the local freight 

iiriiit in coiniJiJiny with another man 
\, )io answerefj the description of the 
111.111 .seen with him at Patterson'.^ and 
,ilso of a man who purchased a half- 
pint of whiskey at the hotel bar last 
night. The description of the Jac- 
complice Is given as tall and slender 
and quite dark. He wore a pair of 
blue overalls and black hat. At this 
ti-me Sheriff (Josman and his deputies 
are scouring the country for^the ac- 
cmplice and he will probably be' cap-. 
*lt,urod before h« can gt-t out ot the 



All the public schools throughout 
British i^olunihia will reopen on Mon- 
day next at 9 a. m., there being, fewer 
changes than usual In the respective 
teaching staffs; The provincial Inspec- 
torates have, howe\'er, been rearrang- 
ed in the direction of Improved effi- 
ciency, Mr. J. 8. Gordon assuming his 
new duties as high school Inspector, 
and Me.qsrs. J. T. Pollock and D. L. 
MacLaurln taking their places' on the 
Inspection force. Both of the new In- 
spectors are from Revelstoke, which 
has attained high standing as an edu- 
cational centre, Mr. Pollock having 
been principal of the Central and Mr 
MacLaurln of the high school therfi. 
Since the last school -term the edu- 
catii)n department has enlarged the 
scope of the free textbook brai»li', now 
supplying ll'fth readers'; latin grammars 
tfnd drawing Iwoks to the put)lls of the 
lower high school grades.. ■ 

The prize of $200 offered recently by 
the provlnelal government for tb«' 
most adaptaible and best design for 
effectlvelv laying out the gr ounds of 
the new Coquitlam, retreat, has U/y^eir 
awarded tO Mr, K, McLaren, of this 
city. There "Were ntimerous competi 
tors The coutnict for the erection of 
the new farm bulMlrigs at theretreat 
has also Just been awarded to the 
Westholme Tvumber company. Ttm 
barns are already well advanMa W6 

ward completion. 

.. . _♦_ -.. — 

Vars Tragedy 
OTTAWA Aug. 2.1 — The. coroner's jury 

;,, .;,,. ,-;iHe nf »lio Sbrtollnpr of r»r. Km- 

•urned 
;i Kent 



BlackSuede Butto'T^^ Ainericaii make. Kcc^ular price $6.50 

Sale Price • <^ • •• ■ • ■ 

Patent Colts, 'button and lacc.^^ue.le and cravcuttr 1-1-. Keotilar values up, 

$5.50. Sale Price • ,• 

Patent and Tan Oxfords, call and ki.l. Ke^-ilar ^ '-■ 

' ■ Sale Price • r ' 

400 Pairs Misses' Shoes in tan and black, ^i/-' ^ 11 ^'^ 3- 

Sale Price . . . '. • •■ • • • • ■ ..••••- 

150 Pairs Ladies' Kid Oxfords, patent toj^s.. » 

Sale Price • • • ■.- ■ • 



. $4. 1 5 

$2.15 

$1.35 

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Patent Colt Bluchers. ^tcUcd. ; Re^nlaf Hp- 

Sale Price , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' i 

Box Calf, Vici Kid and Tan. Regular $5.00. 

Sale Price ....... ... ■ • • ■•■:•••• ••;•;• ": 

Men'^ Box Calf, Vici Kid and Tan Calf Bluchers. 

Sale . Price^ • ' 



i^emilar values up to ^S-Ti'^- 






YOUNG GENERATION 



up for trial oih,a i 
accused iitnlnlions 



Fatal Expiosion. at Essen 
lOHKK.^, e;crumny,. A\ig. 23.- ■ i • - 
bodies wf re removed this afterivoon 
from the wreckage of 4he TTrufVp <?Tf- 
perlmentlng laboratory, following i.n 
^•xplosion early today. Several work- 
men are mlH.sinfc and :;o injured per- 
fious are In » local hospital. 



400 Pairs of Boys' School Shoes. Six-c- ' t-i S- 
Sale iMcc • 

400 Pairs Youths' School Shoes. Sizes 11 i- 13- 
■ Sale : Price, " ■■■■■ j^:. •■■■•■ • 

Little Gents' School Shoes. Si/es 8 \o>\o'/j. 

Sjile Price 

"^IPiiif-t^ildren's Shoes. Sizes 8, to to'-^. 

Sale Price •, • • • • ■ ' • • ;.: • 



$L65 
$1.30 
$1.20 
$1.20 



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The Daily Colonist 

"^rllverod by carrier at BO cents per 
month, if iiiaa la ailvunCe; 60 coiilB per 

nioM'h it' iml.l atter U\o UHli of fach 
inoiiMi. MttjU-d, , pualpaldj to, any part 
of^. OinaJa. except thci city or tuburbaa 
disirtctei. ivliicl) ai 



wf said thul a democracy with a king 
at its head Is the fundamental Idea of 
Kovornment ilmong the peovlos from 
which the British race is descended. 
The Iiitervontlon of an hereditary 
arlstocruiy between the king and his 
subjects is an intervention of the Mid- 
dle Ages so tar a.s the Teutonic race In 



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c'ltncerned. 

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\nuthi>r aspect of tli<' 
II,. t without interest, 

Is 11.. tiling indicjites 

ti. lie iircsciited In an 

IS 't'lie rela.tli>ii of till' 

11-, or Miol'e (..|iTi ll.\ 

.>,sit.\ ..f lln' Kini; i.' 

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shows to what lengths of daring Tlknk 
goes. 

' The article, which by the way was 
headed "The i't.tenry of \ edlc prayers," 
recalled various rases in which tiie 
Vedas'hiy down tlie.kiuiy of retalia- I 
tion upon "allon'' oppressTfTST "To kill 
such people hWolves no sin, and when | 
l-Cshalryas and Valshyas ilo not . ome j 
forward to kill them, VJrahiuans should | 
ta,ke up arms ami proleef. r.'llBlon. j 
'When one Is la,-,- to faic witb such ; 
l,,.,i|i|r, ilu\ sli..iil(l be slaughiere<l j 
wlllioiit' li.--!tali..u. Not lb<- sllK'blesl ! 
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AUSTRALIA'S NEED 



Dr. 



Thonias Hodgkin has been diis- 
I -i.-.sbm the needs of Australia in the 
< I !■ iry Royii •. n ! hei says the 

1 . ; ! ii' IS populaliun and especl- 
:il y 1. i 1 ,. ipulation. He places the 
mininiuin limft of saf^y at' 25,000^000. 
and arguing for this says: 
*But why. it may bc^ai§kecj._ d.o you at- 
imniense importance to a 
ision of the population? Be- 



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hnperla! anl-!;. but tbr |.,rsi,naUt:, ..l 
the. sovereigii is temporary, whereas 
the Crown and what it stands for arc 
permanent. *\Ve fe-1, every syrapttthy 
with the following observations made 
by Mr. Balfour during tl^- debate on 
the-XJIVtl List: 

"I suppose that the community, so far 
as this island Is concerned, would not 
sink into chaoS if Uiis was a Republic 
and not a Monareliy; but In my opinion 
tlie Jj^mpire would sink into chaos, iou 
could not have, as the head of an Em- 
pire so peculiarly constituted as ours 
a p Prea ldent elected, let us say. 



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can, just 
I)eccan, w 
the stune 
Urahmans 



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.Australia, wi th its present pre 
iusiei. us under population, is a temp- 
tation and a snare — a menace to the 
'peace of the world; — r~ - 

"How oft the sight _of means to do 

ill deeds 
Makes ill deeds done I 
whereas Australia, with the more ade- 
quate garrison of inhabitants which 
we desire for lier, would, one may hope, 
eease to excite the covetous passions 
uf any other nation. To conquer and, 
having conquered, permanently ty hold 
down tsventy-five millions of Anglo- 
ijaxons would be a. task from which 
surely the strongest would recoil. Thus 
the peopling of the solitudes of Aus- 
tralia p^esents^-^tself to us as a true 
preservative of pejace:. more effectual 
and more in accordance with the in- 
terests of humanity than tlie' building 
of many Dreadnoughts. 

The mere size of tlie Australian con- 
tinent, on which her sons«are apt to 
dwelt with complacency and pride, it. 
Ho true siibj^ict for self-gratulatlon, 
but in'the present state of the world's 
T-«lltl.cs Is a responsibility, a dlfficuky. 
«nd a danser. The true statfJ.-man of the, 
Empire will t)roibably often feel. during 
"the years tht^t lie iiiimedlately before 
va that hia task would "be lighter if 
, Bhe spri^ad over only a quarter of her 
present area. 
. Dr. HodgT<ln does not smggest the 
source from which danger ma>-"be ex- 
pected, but those who are well inform- 
ed as to the triend of events will bear 
. out the statement that Japan and, 
China, aifter the latter has become 
modernized arc unlikel,v to remain con- 
tent, wljile the Island Continent is oc- 
cupied by a riiere handful of white 
people. He points out that Australia 
is an ail-but Europ*?, for, while Eitrrope 
has .3,860.600 squafe inlieis, Australia 
has only 886,000 square tnn'es less. Take 
away one.^thli;d of Russia and the two 
continents :)a»e eauaL In i»08 Australia 
had 482,922 fewer inhabitants than 
London, whldh in 1907 had 4.758,228. 
Australia has only dtt^ and a h^lf per- 
sons to the 8<tuare mile, while Belgium 
Ihas 636, the British Isles 363, and the 
United States twenty-eight. At the 
ptesen-t rate of progress he says it will 
' be three or four centuries before the 
population reaches that of the, United 
States, and i\e, asks: 

Will you have these three of four 
centuries of undisturbed/ peaceful de- 
velopment? You. or, rather, we Ifor 

the Whole , ■ . 

for the deed) have Uken possession of 
this magnincent "No Man's Land," anTl 
must prove our right by effective oc- 
cupation. .- V I » 

By ^he roSfeh Justice of the mlnuig 
< amp we shall not be allowed to sviuat 
there for even If we cannot, or will 
jiot work the claim more efficiently, 
wp/ shall have to give place to /those 
•who will. Wi6 need not attempt to pre- 
dict from what quarter the challenge 
will come whether from Asia or Kurope 
or even from, Amei"'ca- 

At the present rate of Increkse the 
poT'iilation of Australia by, the middle 
of the twentieth centutv will be under 
<.i.rht mill ions— that !»,' less than:-three 
^ " luarf mile. Can we hope. that 

V ondltloris of the prohlem re- 

jnnin unaltered our rlescendanj" will be 
iHted to re?»ch the year 1?>r.ft wlth- 
"X" of our cnlcnlntlonsi ■ re- 
libJ tPPPlWc, ners'onnlltv?■ 
!r. Tie mentlorted tftftt Df . Hodf 



the President of the United btates is, 
every four yearsj the creature, or. at 
all events, the choice, of a party, re- 
presenting-a party, changing manv 
tlnres in the lifetime of every indivi- 
dual, and representing the abstraction 
of a Constitution arra hot the personal 
head of an Empire. You could never 
direct this Empire on that iiriiuiple. 
simply because if you -insisted upon 
having an elected President of this 
countrv. he would be elected by the 
electorate of the country and not by 
the electorate of the Dominions of the 
Crown or of the Crywn Colonies, and 
woi.ld bt-vlthoul that hereditary OTalm 
on the- allegiance of the subjects of the 
F:mpire which those who have absorbed 
the lessons of history ought to retilize 
is found most — easy and natural to 
accept as the ground of Kingship, it 
the House decline, as I am contidcnt, 
they will, to accept this proposal, and 
if the vast majority of the people agree 
that it Is a Monarch, and only a .Vioh- 
a ch, who could be the head of an Em- 
pire, likt cur own, then it Is folly to 
trv t( itin a Monarchy Hke our own on 
principles which may or may not ^e 
applicable to the case of a President oE 
a Republic, who Is merely a. Prime 
Minister under a onother name. I do 
not believe that a President like the 
President of the French Republic can 
be run much more cheaply than ours. 
In these days of International rela- 
tions,' when the head of the State h^s 
to tn^et the heads of great foreign 
powers, you must have ceremonies you 
must have ornamental ofUce.s. ybu must 
have all the app^atus of a Court;, and 
if you hJive all the.' apparatus of a 
ecAjrt, dO' It properly • Will anybody 
who knows What are the fitting cerfe- 
monleacnntt-nd -that there lit *'>>»^';o 
extravagance of pomp 6r waste in this 
country? There la not It Is done ad- 
mlrtibiy; nobody contends that It Is 
done excessively; and for my own part 
I think that, If yoM refua« to do it 
decently and properly and with dignity 
you had better alter your whole sys- 
iem and look around for some other 
system which to your mind may have,, 
the advantage of being cheaper, and I 
suppose the hon. gentleman would juiy 
more moral, than the one under which 
for several centuries this cotjntrj- has 
flourished." 



.1 n.atha-. state of i ■ I ' 

,;, 1 -i Ull M ll .vb'il I 11.' ' ' ^ ■ ■ I 

III,, I til,, .-nil.- milllodsaULl 
Liilrmes adoi)Lca by the 
uiiii the -same demoraliz- 
ing results in pursuance of the .same 
purpo.^e. now under one guise arid now 
under another, the maintenance or re- 
storation of their own theocratic pow- 
er, whether it be threateoed bya 
Hindu ruler of their qwii ttWi*. ©T hy 
•allei^' rulers and tfe flJen clrlUza 
tlon for which they Bt^nd.'' , '• 



of 



A HINDU AGITATION 

There is under detention today In 
India a Ghltpa'waii Btahman, Bal 
Ganghadar Tnak,whom a great many 
people hold • to lie the prlmei Instiga- 
tor In the seditious movements that 
have recently caused so much uneasi- 
ness not only In India but all over the 
civilized world. The .Indian Mutiny 
Is beyond the memory of most of us;' 

veiopmeni. xou. w.. --.... - but we shudder today at the tiles told 

the Whole British race Is rejsponslble ,^f that dceadful tljne. _a.nd the slight- 



Yierm! 



It .. 

Wn is not at all likely to be an alaian- 
1c,t or an Imperialist of the jlhgo tjlpe. 
(Tie la a Quaker *»d a ,6»ref«l student. 
fif, well as a hlstoffan of reptJte^HIs 
opinions are tho^e^formed by an Intel- 
li'^-ent man frmn .the study of the situa- 
tion as It exists in the light cast, upon 
jt by the experience of these great 
vaeant area^?. 



MONARCHY AND EMPIRE 

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v,art sail', '"o! 
lea-' 
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Bbdlcat 

prin"'' '■ 

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altrlbtitial I" l-l">l .'vas 

he woill.r-nntr.b?-:***.^: 

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beilcv. 
and pal ■ 
, iintemplat 
arrhy. for, i- 
ptrides made b 
^viu■ds democracy, tin 
l,a«' not been in anv 
3'erh!ip» we vvoubl 
Vlulclictj to the t. 



vr hcnr wtggePtions to 

.in! lar (iis- 

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est Intimation. that anything of such 
a terrible nature should ever take 
place again causes the moat direful 
forbodings. ' / '- 

Some years ago Tilak began, to take 
an active ' part In Poona politics 
through the medium of bis papei-, 
which piibllshed articles of a seditious 
and Inflammatory character. He did thi^g that 
not openly attack British authorities, ^bovit. 
but sought rather t6 undermine the 
influence of thei moderate native pkrty 
who had no fault to find with extst- 
hx'g Institutions. He accomplished his 
purpose only too Well, putting an 'end 
to several i)ralseworthy orgnnizationis. 
His next step was to endeavour to in- 
flame his country «igaiiilit fhH Musul- 
mans whose influence) &$ ial#ays <a 
peaceful one, warlcln|gr ' for advance- 
ment by conventional means, and fin- 
ally emboldened by success he expos- 
ed his real, akb, and his ahtlrBritiish 
schemes. H« started the Ganpati cele- 
bratlons. the gymnastic societies, the 
cult of .ShlvaJI, the nivrent campaign, 
the wild opposition to tn^asures at* 
plague iVrevcntlori and . kU 'tM other 
various' devices by whlph ho stirred iii> 
disaffection against the dornlnunt 
power. Throughout this period !Kl8 
newspapers were pouring forth dc- 
jiunciations of the British administra- 
tion. He had little, C0tt»trt(0ft'^8__ (S|t|>i» 
li.ol a genrirfr:fot-<JestrTjc- 
I ..*^lip ;lir?ft:part of his 
■ - • ' 1 ■ . , ~ ■; tb aflm- 

tli<>. ; [a: iieen tiriitally 

tb'^ ! Ill I ted for se- 



-Man in Toronto newspaper adver- 
tises for, "100 generals." Wicked 
Ottawa paper says: "Here's a chance 
for Kltchener.-'V This Is one way 
solving the aervant-gin qu estion. 

China Is ab out to ado pt the gulllo 
tine This is claimed as a proof that 
China Is advancing m civilization. It 
was Prince Ito who said of Japan: 
"For centurl-es we have enjoyed much 
-that was lovely In art and exhibited 
^reai skill in manufactures, and Eu- 
rope said we were barbarians; but 
wheiLwe showed that wji_kpew how to 
kill people m battle they said we had 
become civilized." 

We published some data^ from the 
Scientific American showing the slight- 
est of the menace, which aeroplanes 
woiild be In the event of war. and now 
Lord BeauUeu says That until better 
engines have been— pirovlded aerial 
craft. wheUier flying machines or 
dirigible balloons will not be very for- 
midable, but he addsr "Of course, no 
one who ha> studied the subject pre- 
tpnds that the military dirigibles or j 
aeroplanes wlU at once revolutionize.! 
war. either by land of sea. but the pro- ■ 
gress in klrmanshlp will very shortly j 
modify the tactjcs of commanders- of 1 
armies and make wai^Hftiorelerrtble In 
every sense " -• ' 

« —^ .ati ,11 A 11*1' I 

Th«j Montreitl Witire«rTtl<'brate.! its j 
JUbUpe l«8uc last week. The Witne.ss , 
Is not only ah exciellent newspaper but 
it likewise, has an eye to the deslr.-f 
ability of scturlng shekels by all legi- 
timate means, and It naively offers to 
accept subscriptions sent In during 
the next xr.nnth nt a reduced' rate "to 
enable, friends to' mark this half-cen- 
tury ^celebratian~ln a practical ^vay." 
We thought we knew a thlhis or two 
out In this neck .o" the Woods about 
chasing the. humble dollar Into the 
tlli. but we take off our hat to our 
esteemed Montreal contemporary whose 
experience* In the future will, wb hope, 
be as satisfactory as Its long past ! 
career has been. 

Sir Ray Lankester. who is very 
miich of an up-to-date siHentlst. has 
been discussing the use' of the fiorked 
haaei or willow' In locating water, and 
he says that the movement of the slick 
U due to. the muscles of the arm' be 
comlurf lired. The Iwirned doctor wlil 
have to guess again. With this guess 
he couples the suggestion that thosf 
people. In whose , hands the twigs 
"work." understanflth? geological for- 
mations and 3ust where water ought 
to be looked for. Ail of which Is sim- 
ply ai> attempt upon the part of .'v 
very scientific person td explain some 



he knows nothing at all 



M.A.P., discussing the appointment 
of Sir Charles Hardinge to the vlcer 
royalty, says It-was very Important to 
have a man In that position whp. could 

^rk in harmony with Lortl Morley 
the^'Secrel,ary of .State for In,dla, wbo 
Is '« good aiftl dt an autocmt. n wtis 
a\sO' thbufht to he desirous to have 
n vicerty who thoroughly undersfood 
and was :n sympathy with the Ajiglo- 
Busslan entente, and as Sir Cliarles 
was largely Instrumelnta:! In brtnglng 
this about, h-ls quallftcatlort, in^ that 
respect are of the very highest. Re- 
ferring to tlii* .«i^l»lt»» flat Hi »omo 
quarters that Lt>rd. "Kllolietitr 'should 
have succeeded Lord Mlnto, tliti 
sprightly London weeJfly s^ys that the 
situation does not caii for a mllitarj' 
leader, and Lord KUchieiiltir Is held lii 
.reserve in casri J»wi«JJi * ■tte«"i »h0Ulfl 
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. 'ThftWlii* been very ntuch said- about 
the Coronation Oath and sfjime of the 

ariirles 'In the Colonist writtfii l)eri. 

the imw riirin'uas a,il<ii .teil, ma', 1;,! 

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! I iirr uuc of tile paper.'} o'lnlrolleU by 
111, In which It Is endeavored to show 
1 1 im; i.;( le'ralbm tlial pidltical 
murder is not only oxeusalile in liiany 
cases, but a . religious duty. This, artl- 
c-ie— ai>pp*red shortly .after tlm bontli 
outrtige at Muzafi'erpur ijvheii -Mr. and 
MImb ICi'hlieily Io.-jI their lives, iuid 



mrjii ■ ■ 

BUCCes.-a la t.. I !■,. 1 ,.i ' i- • i ■ 

uphold and niHititaln th« said cuitct- j 
ment6 to the best of my powers accord- 
ing to law." It will be observed that 
nothing Is .said about, the church as by | 
law established; but there lb a pro- | 
vision in the ,\r,l of Set t!.-ir..'nt fuMy ; 
eovcring that point. i 



New Ideas in 
FURNITURE 

Are sKown here 



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BEDS 
UNUSUAL 
IN BOTH 
"STYLE 
ANP 
QUALITY 
PRICED 
RIGHT. 



. -'W^hv no, consign that . nnsighlly and' unsanitary wooden bed 
to the woodpile ^ 1 1 c..)sis so Utile nowadays-ht^re-to get a styl- 
ish and .sanitary iron bed that there's no excuse.4orlTahgino: on to 

the old style wooden creation. ~ 

Come up to om iwurih iloor and have a look at the dozens ot 
attractive designs weare now showing. You are sure to find some- 
tlVing that win please ^^ in designyamUve^know that the pricc 

"""^^ T^seni^isplSy is one of the most interesting in the his- 
tory of this store, and we cordially invile yQU to come in and viexv 
thi^ interesting showing of the very latest ideair«v metal beds^ 

.\nd while in aon't f^l to see the handsome creations m .Brass 
Beds shown on same Tfot .r. 

Prices Start at $3.50 ■__ 



MANY 

SMART 

STYLES 

IN 

CRIBS 

FOR THE. 

i^IDDIES 

ALL __ 

PRICES 



Prices on the , 

Yini get Kastern Prices on 
these Ostermoor ' Mattresses. 
We ^elt the Ostermoor Mat- 
tress at the same price as i'»*- 
cha;rg»«l In' J4«w york. Mont;, 
real, Chicago or any. Eastern 
city. 1 ^ 

Sam* '#fii«Sr» same slie— 
same 4iiaJ;aE«i«a-^cliv.cred in 

yodr taSSSBS^AKJ^-^m :i»^ces. 

It's the greatest mattresi^ 
value of the day. Try^e. 

We hafe sues to fit all 
bedp, griced In proportion. 
The full' size selKs at ^ 



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of 
Mattresses 

And sort or size iif inattr.'.^s 
. may be procured It n . 1' \ ■ 
—4*,) not sti.i-k it,---'A*-»..-|.-ijiii 
quickly make saifi)'' to yi'ur 
order In our own workroivns. 
We .stock a i>ig ranK'' of 
styles In the different ' ' 
favored, a'nd yuu'll' f;: 
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!i. rf» t.> .siijipl.V' voiir 
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OtlicrBcdding 

IV-.lditiK ..f air lb .seription." 



ri.eildinK, "f 

here — Idankets. • 
pillows. ,ete. l^iL' .> 
^n every line. 

Wt'i .haveimij i. 
fl.rst I-'Vill"'snTpni.ent 
Quilts. 



riptions 
I'ts. 'mills, 
>isi.rtmeiits 



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Built Rifltif, Finished Ri(jhl 

—It "Stays Riaii* l<>r Years 

Best Values Here 





Matters Not What Yoiir Needs 

May Be. They Can Best 

Be I iilcd Here 



See What Two Bki Floors Offer You 




it doesh'tmatterWhat sort of a bedroom yoiA may; drsirc-- just-comfortable- 

yoSll find this storeoffersyou^he easiest and rmjst eftcctiye .oh, .on pHb.^ n ^ ^^^^^.^^. j,™ 

are chosen with the same care that charac^enzfes th.e huying ot all .>>Hr^n«rciiancl,ise, ana y^u are afsurea 

cash. Always plcn^c'i I' > ^hn\v von these. 

Come and See the New Fall Drapery Goods 




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VICTORIA DAILY CJOLONISl 



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Latest 
Arrivals 



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At the 



Montelius Piano 



House 



M.ilichin 



Britisii Talkiiu 

Rccunls. 
Tuli son, Am hero las. 
\'ictor \'ictrolas. and 
So\-craI of the most cxc|iiii^- 

itc ('.ran<l. flayer and I p- 

I'iglit I'iancs i'\cr heard 

in \ictoria. 
],alest Popular SliCHa .Miu-io 

arriving- daily . 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 
Corner l-'crt 'I'd. -i ; 

B. P. GREENE 
Manager Victoria House 



SOCIAL AND PE RSONAL 

Miss Mary l^wson wenl ur. to 
Cowl( han ycstprdt»y ^n « »hort visit. 
« • « 
^r. .1. A. Piers Is over irvm the 
Mulnlund on a bii8ii)f»» \ isit. 
,, ^ , 

Mr. aiul Mrs, 11. 'D. iJunncit from 
Toronto are staying 4" town. 



7 



, Mrs. 11. Spretti' left last nigh 
few days sislt to the Teriiilnu 



1 lor a 
Oity. 



.Mr. I'Mitl Mrs. 1). S. Carstalrs. Iroin 
Portland, Ore,, are .staying In town. 

> * • 

Mr. and Afrs'. Unrge Ironi SaanUii 

are sta\'liig in town. 

» - • 

l)r, an,! .Mrs. 'P, C. .MOMcly nr^ in \'an- 
ciHiver again alter a \ Isit , to \'irloria. 



ard\:nl in town froiTi|.Ei 
HtayiiiK at the l)rlard 



life Ian 



d and la 



.Mr. 
iI.'IM' 



Tale. sr)lV;ilia- 



D'An y 

i,'^ again in tlie citj, 



f.ir ilic 



1, i.-^ilillR- \';uu;ouver 



.Mls.«; (•...I'li'iii 1- 
1 friends. 

I .Mr. W. !■:. 1 (itrliiiin II li.it! rolunicd 

! rruiii 1 hi. Mainland, 

' « V • 

.Mr, .Hid .Mrs. Willi. mi Sl'ian luwe n- 
liirnrd I'l .\aiuMMii!. 

« ' « * 

\-cn. .\rcluli-aiiiii and .Mrs. ScriMii 
are vlsitiiip Ladysinith friends. 



i .Mr, 1>, 
j l;. \..|st..l. 

i .Mr r; T 
j Jl\-, I ■ II II..' 

.Mr-^. K 1 



\\'ool?C>' lia^ n ui!-ncd 



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ui .Mirrin, i.' 
il'.M-'Uiil- 



Sl'rli.l 111. 




Curia. Pufls, Braids aud 

Tran»fortnatlon« In aU 

Style* at 



MRS 

DRESSING PARLORS 

'Phone 1175 Dou»l«« St. 



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Real Lace Shop 

I>u,res and inserti'Uis in \\lli!i' 
eeru, eoffep, hlaek and puiiKetv. 
,.,iil.irsi, frrnii 20c to |5.00 yard. 

1214 Broad St. 



Madame Russell 

SHAMPOOl.NG AND 
MANICURING 



Hiul all Kinds "f linir woric rnade (o 

.-.rd'.r 
715 OOXraTENAY ST., PHONE 1836. 



Arc You Going to 
Preserve Peaches? 

I )• n't nn,--- tins >liii)rueni nf 
Choice Free-stone PrcT 
serving Peaches, at. per 
(■rate $1.15 

NViA\ is .the time to buy 
Teaches. IMace yoiir order?* 
io.'insurc fine quality. 

Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar 
Rubbers 



Mr. Hiid Mrs. \V. .\. Cil-.^on, .Mrs. 
Mowden, Mis.s Miowdeii, Mr. H. . J. 
Adnn\«, Mr. \\ T. Adams are Calgary 
visitors ill town iind are ' guests al 

Mie Balmoral. 

V ♦ » 

■Mr. and .Mrs. .Vuel U wniiiUre\)<, of 
Vatuouver. with .MlsS BHlfunr, have 
been In Victoria for the i»a,sL i^'w 

da> s. ' 

• « • 

.Mrs. J. W. Ambery, .Mijs. C. \V. 
]lhode.s ami iMr.s. R. J'. Butoharl ar- 
rived on Monday evening at llU' 
Hotel Vaneouver froni N'icloria. 

>/«, _^ » » . • 

.Mrs. II. .Mackenzie CLlaiid. .M.D.. 
Who recently sold her reaideiice lu 
I'einhertoii 'road. Is now livliig at tlie | 

ICinpre.-ss Hotel. 

• • • 

Mr. George il. ll'arocr, of Taeoni.i 
iirrived in the rity yesterday on Hiy j 
Prini-e.ss Vi«,-loiia,' for a I'-iigtliy \ i.sit ] 

here. 

• *■ • 

Mr, and Mrs, II, W I'l. li. w no f"r ihe 
pa.st fortnight iKive been on .i nioi"r 
tour of Vaneouver IslUlid, nlurned lo 
N'lini-oiiver uu .MiMida'- 
"' " , * 

1 )r !•;, I'l, .Marliii \\ Ir' i'a-- '' ''" I'"' 
sui'St of Mrs. Kent, 2308 ^Work street, 
!,,i- some days past,., ha.-j left Cor 'his 
liniue in X'ancouver. 

• * • 
■Miss Xellle Knleoner has returned 

from XVidysiniili. where she has Iweit 
spendlnpr iicr vacation aS the gueist of 
Ri-\. I''orl..e.s Roljertsoii and Mrs, ll'di- 

(M SMli, , -.- 

» • • 

i> \ Alciiregor and llandd \\ • 

Willi., ,\li(j— have l.een- spending th'- 

holida\s with their parents here, letl 
last night to resume their studies at 
MrCill t"iiiverslt>'. 

• • • 
.Mr. and Mrs. John Urewdson, oi .->— 

Hltle, who have been spenilinK a few 
(t«4,::«-+R-Husa>^ Intend spending a sln.rt 
time in Duncans and netghhorhoi.d i.e- 
foro returning hom. 

The engagemem i.-- .miiuuiued uf i 
Stella, eldest daughter of the lute Al- 
fred (IlHiert. E8I1.. of rhedgrave .Manor, I 
.Xi^rfolU. and Mrs. Abernethy, AVortli 
Ing, to M,r. tlerald M'-rh-rt J..|intnKs. o! 
this city. 

I.adv .Vtaei'almont, wife of .Major j 
Oeneriil Sir Hugh MaeCalmont, K. C.^ 
U. who hofs been spending a few day-s | 
in Vietorla-w^nt over to Vaneouver on | 
.Monday and is staving .n ;' "■ 
Vancouver. 

• • * 
iTe-r'R^A- --.V: -K - -^ "T DailT>mi, | 

Man; one of the d^-legates t'^,,Vl'- 1 
.Methodist aeneral ••oiiference. Is mui, 
up nt St. Joseph's Hospital and ha.s 
been tinablu to attend thy conrere.nee 
seBBtoas for the„pa«t few i*Ay». 

• <r « • ■■• -^ 

- Mr. and MrB. Fraiik VSralne. CoUvood, 
announce the engagement of their 
youngest daughter, Violet.^ to Mr. 
Charles ,Ru»sell Barker, son of tlie late 
Charles Runsell Barlv. ; '' i. of I.on- 
dou. lOngland. ■ 

• ♦ • 
i;. . lugliurst, manftTBer of 

the n.r. Des elupment Assoclathm. left 
last evening^ for the Mainland. Jje 
has heen Invited to join ' Sir Wilfrid 
Ijaurler'H party und eondt.ict them 
. , .' UiroUgh the oompan.v's holdings on tha 

Mr. an.I Mrs. John Carr h-''V<' re- "'^^ "^" ' ' , : 

p.irned tn .Xan.limo, ttftcr a plea^^ant j '^i"^"' .Ihonipson ri^er^ 

I .n til. -N'.rd, at Kt. Paul's Manse, the 





.1 r .III the, 
Royal flty. 





Hon. Dr. Ycning return- 
Ma Inland yesterda.w 
* 

Mr .rack Gibson, 

;- . , I'iiiK Victoria 

I .Mi.s.s Hlackwood iiiurned friuii Seat- 
lie 'vesterday on the Princess Victoria. 

• * • 

I .\, P. Luxton, K.C.. went over to 
1 Vancouver last night on the, Charmer. 

■»■»••'''■ 
! .Alderman Raymond left on Monday 
evening on a business trip to Vaiicou- 
ver. 



.Mr. J. V. Mc.Naulty. editor of the 

Western I^umbcrman, Vaneouver, was 
KOSCHE'S HAIR-!|., t..«n yesterday on i i i s»<. 




Ladies' Underskirts, I'l iiic: . 
iiioil with p 'W ■ I .i ^ iiK-!n!i'- 

Ladies' Underskirts "i' nui.i 
11 led \v iili iVilN. >iii'! -Ill- ho 



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I !. ,,: I i . I Mill 

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re|) I'll imn.-e. iriin- 
I'.aclj, .... i^ 1.^5 



Ladies' Underskirts, 'i li; 
fldiiinc I 'r'''5c(!'drdti'ii jilralm 
.siiuiu'l -irappinf:j8' 'Kacli .^ 



11- MM I'i'i ri/i-il -;ii i 1 M, i|re]i 

iriiiiiiu-d w illi . ifil'.-- ' and 

, , «p Jl< . A< • > 



Ladies' Underskirts, m' bc^lr^iuanty black nicrccrizctl >alccn. 
cut \ery lull and nia(l©>f ith ^ 4<|epJl*>tM^«^'^ • J?2.50 

Ladies' Underskirts '^ ^ p^Mrettc, black, made with a (Iccp 
floiirteer trimmed with rows of pin~tuacing. Each. .5^53.50 

Ladies' Underskirts of moreen, deep flounce, trimmed with 
fine tucks. Black only. Each ' • • • • $3.50 

Ladies' Utidcrskirts, of line titiality moreen* made very full, 
with deep floitncc, trimined with j,^roui>S of tuckinjr and 
stitching, iu ffteen, red, navy and-bkciT'. n~.~. .t .?4.25 




Mrs. Oldham has returned from .\>w 
We.stmlnsier, where she, has been visit- 
ing with hor mother, Mrs. Cornwall. 

*i> • ■ 

Miss Mowbray, of New VVestminsler, 
is the 'guest ot her aunt, Mr-s. Richard 

McBrlde. - . ■ ' 

• • • — 

Mrs. C. H. Gibbons and the Misses 
Anita and Marjorie Gibboris are visit- 
ing the ]4ainlaacl. 

* * ♦ 

.Mr. X. T. Mcl.rf'od. .travellins agent 
of the C.p.R.. and Mcp- M<Lcod. his 
mother, iiii'e doAvh fr.'n x.lson. 

. . ' ■ ■ ' • • - , 

Mr. W. J. Manson^ M.I'.P. fur Dewd- 
nev, is visiting Nanalmo, the guest of 
his hrpliber, ■mi. ^W Itanaon. 

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Dress Goods and Drosi- 
makiriB a •pocialty. A 
large and expert staff. 



A. Pool, Grocery 



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.Mi.ss Blossom Kuwcetl has retunieU 
from a visit with friends on the lower 

I'r.i.ser. 

• » « 

Dr. H. A. J'irown, H. J. J^ews. .-And 
J. W. MeArtbur 4eft for Vancouver 
last night on *, lli«Hln««» trip. 

Mr. and Mrs., It. CJ. (Iricrson from 
Boston, Mass.. are visiting friends in 

town. 

^ • * . 
Mrl Richard <'orgreave is enjoying a 
visit to her mtither, Mrs. iJohn'l^, Wil- 
son' iKi;' Viancoiiycr.. ^;, ^- ^,_ .j^ _ «>. :■, *;; 

Mr. „nncl,Mrs. m K, -Whlttiir, frotn 
San P'raticisco, are enjoylns a \islt 
to friends here. . , 

Mrs. and Miss Andrews, frpm Be 



Thomson's 
lipg Corsets 



Glovi 



, Fit- 




1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



|attle, are visitors' to toWti foir. 4i t^w 

days. ■ '■ 

.»••,■ 

.Mr?. M. Holden and MiSB. Holden 
from Vanconver arie apenaing a few 
days in town. , 

I ,, , • •■*•♦. .,/.. ,i c. 

1 Mr, Trfiym«t»-K.Dornnart*tl a' recent 



Sir Wilfrid's Compliments to the Ladies of Victoria 

,,,,,,, , ,,,.. .1,1 ... , i!.-. .-^ir Wilfri.l I,aiiri'-r .x^^id thai hf liad iieyec 

of Vlrtorla With as, many beautiful women. Now 
.,,, . lopnt.'itloii. T'eoiemher your hands should b#. « 

,.,,, ,,f voi.r iieautv as ^v ■ ' • face. A phono call will brh-6 

Mdlle. Edythe (.MH-.i.or.s,, , .ar ..f the day. Plione' I--11JR. 



COME 




We ask the pleasure of show- 
ing you our handsome new 
models in Fall Suits and Over- 
coats. Willie we are alfeady 
noted for having the hcst 
■ clothes, wcVe rather outstcj)- 
ped ourselves this season in 
providing for our trade, and we wani yon to "See. ' 

The idea of select m;.!, ilotiic-, \viicrc there's no- 
thing but the best clothes to select from, where every 
garment is fairly priced and you are sure of getting:; 
a full measure of clothes quality for every dollar you 
pay, is a good idea, to say the least, and a feature of 
this store that if fully appreciated by all its patrons. 

See Now — Buy at Your Pleasure 



ALLEN & CO. 

FIT-REFORM WARDROBE 

1201 Government Street Victoria 



marriaije ..f .Miss lielen^ ( 'ampbell and 
Mr Jameit Caddey— wa.^ .vo lennilzctl I'V 
the Rev. D. .MacRae. After the '^T'- 
ntonv the parly went to the pr'ard 
ti«itel. where lunch was served. 1 !U- 
t.rtdegroom gave his bride a silver 
ehatelaihe bag antJ to Miss *le*'ftwn. 
wbo was the bridesmaid., ho gave a 
gold watch, and Mr. W; Merloiv.wh« 
acted as. best man, a gold- fob. , The 
liiarried couple left on the. afterrtoon 
train for Alberni. «v'hero the honey- 
moon, .wUl be spent. Oh thetr return 
they >ilKr«M»|»%t 713. Kin^^ 
■ ,,'■'■ ' ' ■ T ■T'' ■^^- »* *" 

A «niM wcdAlng 'look place ut 
home of the Rev. H. Carson, in Mf 
street, on Saturday la.«<t, when Mr. la - i 
nest W. Tribe, steward's clerk at the | 
Empress Hotel, was .married to Miss j 
Delia Baker, daughter o(^ . Mr. Robert 
Raker, of Esqulmalt roa^i Thie cere- 
monv. which was private, oijly tl.Je Im- 
mediate relatives of the contracting 
parties.. being present, took place at 
8:30 n.m. The bride and bridegroom 
Will reside tn Victoria, where, both are 
pxtremelv popular. They have been 
the recipients of a. larsfe rtumbet of 
coMgratulations and gaud wishes. 

• • _ • 

Th*" marriage of >lls« Kathprlne R 
Maedonald, eldest daughter of ;Mi 
Macdonald. to M,r. Albert R. Sage, . 
Nelson, took place last Wednesday all 
the" residence of the bride's mother, on | 
Howe street, Vancouver. The. ceremony ] 
was performed by the Rev. Dugiad 
I'ampliell, of Armstrong. The bride, 
who wor<> white crepe de sole orna- | 
inented with motlfs-in seed pejirls and t 
folds of satin, and had a shower bou- i 
quel of bridal rosesv, was attended by | 
.Miss Helen Maedonald. her sister. The ' 
!,ride.^mald was prettily fmckeil ■ 
white, and carried a sheaf of jdnk • 
nations. M.r. A. W*. Hulmer supimt. 
the groom. A reception was held 
Mr'< Macdonald j.rlor^o the de(,:utuie j 
.'.f the bride and groom for California, , 
whence, after spending some time, tl. 
v\-ill go to Armntrong to reside. 

• • « 

VI •' fttidlng took pi I 

I vesierduy aliernoon at the home 

Mrs. Jhh. Simp'son; nr.l, Johnson sti. 

when her daughter Rose was given ,;. 

marriage to l<:rne,Ht ijeslU- McLeod 
j (Jleason. Miss i^uiu Maeriuarrie acting 

as bridesmaid while the bridegroom 
i was 8upi)orted by Mr. Tho.s. Shield- 

The ceremony, which, took place 
' J p. m.. was condtn.'teil fiy the 1; 

i»r. Campbell of the Kirst i'reshyterian 

I •hurrb. iiitb-e Tu'csence of the brlib' 
.,1,.; . ridegrooiii's relatives and inn 
niair irlends. The Ivride, VHlm " 
given awa\ by hei- father, woi' 
gown of white net over, cream , i i , 

II mimed with white satin, and a. veil 
,1 white tulle with orange blossoms 

, TIm- bridesmaid wa.s dressed In white 
i Miiill dalntilv trimmed with wliUi 
! I,,,., Tiir ii.iiHi', .-.ninl' i-'fr f'M- >-■'■ 

I ,,;il, :,,i lii. . • .-I... i, !-Ml ..no.'-; 

show er .Jili-tt I. I i" < HUd !-■,'■■ 

«-lnhe.« .ride's going away <■• 

tnnw- - - '■I"- -■'>••'"■ ^'"■' ■ 





Men 



and Youths' Clothing 



To obtain bigger bargains is impossible. We offer the following figures 
as an example, of what true value-giving is. Our sale prices should 
interest every MAN, FATHER and MOTHER in the city. Don't fail to 
pay -US a visit. : : • • • • • * * 





Boys' Suits 

The depc,Kla!,lc loiid tl,at,stami,s the •knockinsaho-m. ^^l " ';^i ''^^l^'-'^^rt^'-'li:"";.'^ '"^'^ 
NOW REDUCED TO $4.5U, $4, Jd.aU, 9>d, $4.3U, O^i 





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To B- G..,r. 



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.naii.v ol. tile t;cnueiii''ii 

lonferoncc wlio are not 

iielerrod b;, lie- 'nislncss of the C(jn- 

fereuce will ne ilip guests of, the local 

W c. T. 1 at 1 he mission' on Htori' 

street (oprn" il. Hie K. & -N. depot, at 
Ml, hours fi 'I. 1.. ! o'feloCk. 



; , . fvtl«ntloit„oi' prnp^rty-ownitrs 

i ,s , united to jUTlTtATHlC the Ideal 
Pavement, .Xon slippery, dnsiir'ss, 
I noisele.«s, ,'^anii,*ir> and waterproof, 
1 l<"ourLceii million yards liiider cotilraet 
1 r.iteiature from VVarrei i 'on«i ro. i i.oi 
I (Siniiiany. P.^O. Rox laUb 

jSubscribelorTHE COLONIST 



That always sell for $22.00, $20.00, $18.00, $15.00, 
$12.00 and ^10.00, Now reduced to. . . . . . . 



M^n's Suits 

$16-50, $15-00, $12-00, $10.00, $8.00 



$6-00 




^r 41^ 9C!ii«;t<ri fThe kind that Mother insists on buying, and which 

I OUlnS 3Pll5>'regularly sell, at from $6,50 to $18.00, now reduced to 

$12-00, $8, $6/S5, $4, $3. ' .;'■.:■;. ; \ 




Boys' Washing Blouses and Wash Suits have -been brought down to $1.25, 
SI, 60c, 50c. Boys' Shirts $1.00 to 50€, /Men's mts $^^^^ 

Boys' dSps,J5c' to 15C.^ 



McCANDLESS BROS. 



557 JOMNSON STREET 



VICTORIA. B. C. 



ADVERTISE IN Till: DAILY COLONIST 



r^vllUPB Ai?»lfHrSB'«IB"m" 



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VICrrORIA DAILY COLONIST 



/ WMll**<'"y> Aufluat 24, 191W 

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LOGGERS' SUPPLIES 




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Wc carry a very complete stock of 

The RIGHT KIND 

BIflcKs, Chokers, Grabs, Wire Ropes, Chain, Etc. 

WE INVITE INSPECTION 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 

The ShiDchandlcrs - 1200 Wharf Street 



NEWS OF THE CITY 

Provincial Lit»r«tur« 

l!|'wa^li^4 of a5,WM>^ i»«mphlet8 and 
liullt'Uns hiiVL' bi'Oii ilesputclied to Tor- 
onto by the bureau of lalorinatioti. 
tliese to be dlstrlbutt'il iti fouucctlon 
with the JJrltlsh Columbia exhibit of 
vvhlcli \lr. UulIotk-VVobstor will be in 
pt'tsouiil (-'hai-ge. 



Buy* Pandora Avenue Lots 

I.UCU1 null I'rtlflU' (i«'ulfia, Mtiile that 
tluTo is a n'MLV^ed demand for clioloo 
rcsideiitlui prutjV'rly in llio v'lty. The 
inquiry is not eunlliied to lueal pni- 
eliaHiM-H, but much of it is from aulside 
points. Vcsti-rduy MfSHr.s. Mooi-f & 
\\ hitrlngtoii ooinplPl-''d Hh; i)urehuMei*jf 
ten lots lit tliu upper end ot i'aii»iura 
avenuL' froni L'upL. Tliumpson lor 
$.1,000. 



Fresh Butter and 
New Laid Eggs 

Wo arc i-roiul ..i" the"gualitv B able to offer. 

Every i.Mun.l is reliable ^nd delicious, while hggs bp«S,nt "f 

this sl'ire aro ;!< fresli as oan lu' had. 

Fine Clover Valley Butter, .^ H- •|^-°° 

14-lb. Box Fresh Creamery Butter ■. S4-50 

New Laid Eggs, per dozen 45C 

Large Tested Eggs, per dozen ..'...... ■ ■ 35*^ 

Calgary Iiun;iarian Flour, per si^ck |*'75 

Potatoes. ; '. ■ • • -^^'^^ 

Plums, I't-ai-i'. aiul t-rccii!;ai.:e, l)vr basket 35^ 

Jelly Powders — Sheriffs and McLaren's— 4 packets .:...25C 
Large Freestonfc Preserving Peaches, pw crate ... -Si-iS 



Government Emergency Offices 

ron\ frsi.>n ol' tiin old garuj;<- on Hie 
(iovcriim.-i!t street front. ol I'arliiunent 
.«(iu<iri' Into cinergcney otlleL-s for cer- 
tain <'.f tlie provincial departments i.-i 
proeeeding apace, an (.-xin'ndituro of 
about $7,000 biking involved. The du- 
jiartmetits to be aceomniodated iiielutlo 
the bureau of informali'oi, ih'- free 
K'Xtl.iofdi liraneh of thr rilii.Mlion df- 
partmcnt, tlie rliic-f wuiOr .onimi.-.sioner 
;ind the in.»ipfctor of steam boilers and 
niu'liiii''!''' . 

Canadian Club Luncheon 
■I'h. I •au.ldi.ill I lub will rnlr: ■• u;i .; - 
;. .L;uest-t..auy .Mr. J. -V. M, Aikin^, K. 
.-.. of WinnljiCK. pre.sident of tlie .Maiil- 

■ lolia Uar associutton, and ut present 
vi.sllin.L,' the eity !is a dt-ieKuto to the 
•Uetlhidist BPn«?Tul eonferenee. Mr. AlK- 

' tn.H wili deliver an address at the 

■ luncheon to be tendered him taking ua 
I hia .sulijfct "Some IToldeais in Ciiu- 
ladiun I)o.velopmeiit.'\Kor the occasion 

the delegates to the .Methodbst confer- 
lence have been placed on the same 
' lootlnK as menvbers ot the local t aii- 
adian club and as many of them aa 
possible are asUed to attend the lunch- 
eon which will commence at 1 v- m. m 
the Broad street hall. 



MetooroloBlcal offlc*. Victoria, at S 
p.m., August lillrd. 

.SYNOrtiLH. 
All linporlant area of IiIk'i l>reBKure 
coverw, tlii.s yiidvince, .\lberla and -Sas- 
liulchewuii and (he Nlutes (if Oregon and 
WhhIiIiikIoii and fair, wcallier prevalln 
III riio.st diHtrlclx, llKbt HbowerK on the 
lower nijilnl.iiid beiiiK the only /itjihi- 
fall lopotii'd loduy, tliou.ffh rcporl.s 'fi*ini 
yhf Yukon TidPKrupli'iire wuntlns H ha.s 

;,(iueii wanner In the i'ncifle utatos. tli.- 
iii.Toury reuchlnK JOa ill ll'-d Bluff, t'al. 
In (lie I'rairic l'rovliic>-» ruin l.« fulling 

I lit JOdnionlnii, iialtleforil and Jn'Apptdb- 

j and cooli'i- wcallier lias been K<'neral. 

I 'rK.Ml'lOHATL'Hi; 

j Tlotorla 

.\'ew, \\'e^;| niiii>^i 
I Kanildnp 
I ( '11 Iffar.'. . 

U'iimlpex, 

PorllaiKl 

.San Kf;ii 



A 1 1,1 
.Man 

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■ ill>f.sil«y, . 

1 ami . Vieinily — Southerly i" 

\^iMils. fair today and 'riiuif'- 

ri'it nineli rliam.r<> in tempera- 



I'. '■'"' ■' 
t line I \'. 

I ' \'I,M,.| 11 

i Nve;- 1 ■■! ' '. 

' <I'H \ 'All!! 

1 ' ill • 

1 I ,-■>■. . 1 ,M.,; .i,,,:,i I ,..,!, I ! ,. ,. 1 ,M. 

winii«. fair loduy ai'nl Weilnetid.iy with 
i iiut UUicli ehantre Jii teinp-Mature. 
', 'IH^IOSI'.V V 

lllKliP.st 



A SPECIAL 
DISPLAY 

We are showinj^' in luir 
West Window 

BLOUSES 
CORSETS 
SHAWLS 

ALLOVER APRONS 
SHOPPING BAGS 
BELTS, UNDERWEAR 

.\iid variuu.s other lines, all 
ni vvhTchWc are offering;- at 

45c Each 

Crmif and si.dci.-l some ol 
the bar-ain>. . 






Diamond guying 

There is a sense 6f satisfaelii m /i.n,;lni> in;.; a diani-.nd frnm 
.niir establi-liinent. \\ hen _\(.ii bny 'Ihti- v. m , km i\v I he di;i 

. nioiul i.s III the hi>,diest (inalily, that it's setting i- r-ne. ; . ili.n 

vun are L;ettin)4' l'"' be^l value for ytnir money _\oi! . ,;;. \ ii)i\ 

ol,>tain an)'\\here. > 

/ Allow us to show you what we can do for you. 



REDFERN & SONS 

1009 Government Street ' . Victoria. B.C. 



G. A. Richardson* Co. 

Victoria Houee 636 Yates St. 




Lowest 

Mean 

Sunnhine 11 hoii! 

rf.- 



n-. I 



Ladies' Aid Meets. | 

Tile Ladies' Aid Hoeiety of Kirsft 

r*onKreKatio;iaI Church' \vill meet for 

work at the home of the prealdent. 

113:: Jolmaon street, this afternoon. 



H. 0. KSRKHAM. GROCER 



c;,ii-!ur I'l'Ti and l.)otij4-las 



Phon^i^^ 



THE 



MIKADO 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 



Special sale 



BAZAAR '-"■-■°"^"'"- 



iiamboo Blind. 



1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



■^^ 



"It Wears 



w 



These two words express 
the reason why so many 
people p.refer //ic 



liie Purest Always Clean 
The Safe.st NoJIiu&t^ Cans 



M ROGERS BROS. I gQITLED MILK 



brand of silver plate. This 
trade mark is a positive as- 
surance oi ffte h'.jviest 
grade of plate. 

Best Ita itt:. di.ihes; waiterJ, 

tic, are itimptd 
MERIDEN ORlTi CO. 

..11.1> BT !.i;iM.SO i.r.M i.»fl 

"Silifer Flate that Wears ' 



JAS. LEIGH & SONi 



Wholesale an J 
Ketall 



Lumbsr 

Mills lumber 

Foot of I Lath 

Turner Street ■ Shingles 

Victoria. B.C. | Bill Stuff 

• nd manufacturers of all klnda of 
Kush, Factory and Planlne MIU 
Goods. 



FrOrtitli* 

Victoria Greamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 

Dealers in ^ 

Finest Ice - Cream, Creatn, 

Milk, Buttern^ilk and Butter 

':,»'•■ .■■■ ■'<'■. ■■ \ 

Pfoonci 1344 



Latest Importations iTom China 

l>adles' and Oentn' sUa underwoaf. 

• oft warm, neat and llKht: Kent.i' oy- 
jBman In lieautlful stripped ■Ilk. 'l'h» 
neweat styles of beautiful embroidered 

• Uk klmontt.'». JNothlnjc rhoro beautiful. 
The loveliest Bilk eiiibroldor«<l .Uoylle* 

• ver «liown. 

Quowa aiAW ruBTO fc 00. 

f. O. Box **• 171 ri^Govirnmnnt St. 



VISITORS AND THEIR 
FRIENDS MAKE YOUR 
APPOINTMENTS 'AT 



You TaKe Pains 



nil e ]■•■■-' 



'Ill . llil'irc-il 1' '•■ I- 

: .1 .'i.iy. Why li' '^ 

r ]>ret tine-is by 




All ap.prcciate a good cup of 
tea, pure ice cream ,and, ap- 

jietizint^ luncheons. 

CLAY'S 

619 Fort Street. 



PHOTOGRAPHS 

„ ( >i;i ]a- ■ ; ' i^er oi 111 

,lr iii'iiii' 'ni>'-. •■"■*'' "" 

- \eellenl tiial liie_v ri\al the 
.icf'l eii;'ra\in:'- in soitne>s 

;i,i, ' ■ ■ 'lllll ])(,ir- 

traiture, llic W'l )• ■ i ihi- nio^t 
skilful' arli-1. 



— THE- 




i/ir-.vAMf 

#" '■ 



Geo. H. Larrigan 

STUDIO 

— 1-230 Q.u,v.er-uu,) u iii ..bj.--.-,^- 
I 'iione I7^'o.' 1\ ''^ Phone 687 



Excursions nmnnK the f3i,ilf Islands 
\Vedne.sdav.'i and Saturdays. Now Ls 
the time to see these heajitifiil Islands, 
The novelty, o^ this trip cannot be cx- 
, filed In aiiy, barl of the world. Take 
V *c S. train ccnnectinp with the 
steamer at Sidney. l''<'i ruOl:. 1 in 
luinnitliin tid'.'iJhone. Cll. ,( * 



We Use Shur-on's 
and Toric Lenses 

The most- iiptodale c.\p 
Kla^sca -te -extstencf. 



J. n. LePAGE 

Optometrist .Tnd Optician 

P. 0. Box 225 
Government St. Victoria 



IVIen«o« to Bather*, ^ 

Home e-vcfteinent "and considerable 
treiildatlon among the bathers in the 
vicinity was caiijsed yesterday by the 
diseoverv on. the rocks at McL.aughlin 
Point of" a live shark* measuring eight 
feet In length. The fl«h had.evident y 
heen washed up by the heavy early 
morning wind. .\ number of the .sol- 
diers from U'ork -Point lairrack.s put 
an end to Us struggles and on cutting 
it open, toMnd a number of salmon 
which II had swallowed whole. One 
of these was three feet In length. 1 he 
presence of the shark In the vicinity 
of u point where a number of peoijle 
bath€ has caused .8anil<» AlMoety. 

Dance at Shownigan. 
Another dfc^lighttul dance will »>« 
given bv the Shawnlgan l^ake Ath- 
letic association at t^hawnlgan l^ake 
on the night of l.abor Day. Septem- 
l)er 5. A U.cal regatta will be held 
during the afternoon, and the day s 
celebnitlun will be tittlngly termin- 
ated with the dance. A large nun?-, 
ber of Vlctorlana.are expe«.ied tu at- 
tend. The ticketa have been limited 
In mimher to 200. A special train 
win leave Victoria at 7.30 p.m., re- 
tnriilng to the city after the dunce. 
iinWev's orchestra has been engaged 
;.,r the occasion. Tickets can be se- 
cured from Mr. A. J»eden an*! J- ^• 
Sweeney. TIeketiB for a *.^uplp can 
be secured for I*, including train 
fare, supper, etc. Single- tickets for 
gentlenv-m and ladtes atX' »3 and »^ 
lespeotlvelv. A large number ot 
ticketakbav* already been apokeii for. 

. Fell Foul ^of Authorities. 

Pourleen men deported from Vanr 

couver are now In charge ot the local 

imrnigriition authoritle.-*; \and will be 

held pending arrangement*! belnK 

made to forward them to the whaling 

stations' In the north. The men came 

■from Seattle to Vancouver, v.-here 

they were stopped. They told two 

dlfTerent stories As to their reuspn for 

coming to Canada. Sortie said they 

• wen'- engaged to work on the railways 

while others staled tlvat they were 

1. go to the whaling stations. ' Ihe 

immigration authorities at the tcr- 

I minal city ordered them to iake the 

boat back . to Seattle, and they came 

over here on the Prlnce8.<i Charlotte 

1 in charge of an official of the do- 

' i.artment. ' ' WtnerT- they arrived here 

I i -nin. lialcom, of the Pacific Whaling 

: eompajiy. got lt)tu touch with Dr. 

.VI line, and it Js likely that the men 

i will be permitted to .go (north to the 

I whaling stations to work at -ivhlch 

tliey were originally engaged. 

FORT STREET CLAIMS ^ 

City Valuators at Work Fixing Valuee ; 
— Claimants Appeal to Court for | 
Right to File Application, 

Mes.<9r9. James Forman and John 
I lean, appointed by theclty to fix the 
.allies of the property which will 'be 
Mken by the city for the purposes of 
videning Fort StrecL-bet^vcen Doug- 
lit.s and Cook Streets, have com- 
menced their iflutles. All. the .proper- 
ties to be expropi fated will be valued 
an.4 later ahouhl any of the owners 
iii«pute the figures placed upon the 
land by the city's valnalor.«, arbitra- 
tion iiroceeilliig.s will be held. It will 
he several days before the valuators 
■ ;:; have completed their work. 

-. 'Hlerday apiilir-atioii was made b.y_ 
Ales,m's. Croane & Creuseon behalf 
Of their client, Mr.. Held, owner of 
propertv on Fort Street, a portion of 
which will be expropriated should the 
street Widening sciieme be carried out, 
to Judge l^ampma.n, in 'Chambers, for 
:in order to permit ot a ciaini for com- 
pensation being put In. Air. itcid was 
r '■■• 1 number tif owners who fnileil 
lelr clalmx with the rlty with- 
. .,.: -^xlv day limit fixed by tlie_ 
.Mnnlciiial Ctau-ses Actv They have 
in- right Under the Act of applying 
, jiidgi' rmlsslon to uiaka 

; !.. :i rlnim. ~ 

Not Opposing 
I Uv Solicitor Mcl)larmi<l, .n.i-ei 1.1,.. 
11 tiu> dtv, Htated to the court that 
j the eltV ivus wit - veltiK the api))!- 
I cation. The fa. lie owners binl 

i failed to state th. ,.,,,..iint of conipen- 
I sation fixed by the city waH salLsfae- 
I tory til" the Owiv^ •">■' '"■ n'-W-"! >'"'■ 

an order direct): 
I ;-h'>nld be i.aid. 
' .linlge I-ampiu:ui sin' 'H'l 

I ii.it considet-Uiat lho.«ii • 

made claims because they were t^.r 
isfjed^jvjith the nmvunt of compen> 
tion offered T)y We cHy and expect .1 
to receive the same wltluuit npidi. 
■lion should iiot l>e all. . we. I t.i enhll.-. 

their claims. . ^ 

Counsoi fo'il Mr. Held' admitted tliat 
he hitd Received no Instructions Irom 
his client as to Whether the latter 
would accept the amount offered by 
the city although Ik- '..n,.. .1 iiiat 
would be the case. 

.ludKr' l,iimpman allowed le.-ivo to 
nip the claim reserving his deel.slon 
as to whether the clairtuiiils sh^mld 
accept the aniount of compensRtion 
offered by tiie city. The renialnlni-r 
cliUms wlil be heard noKl week. 



The Late King Edward's Horse in 
Pictures 
At the Romano theatre today and j 
tomorrow there will be shown a pic- | 
ture of the late King's famous horse | 
winning ilv IU09 Derby in Kngland. , 
And also a picture of a football match 
between Kngland and ^Scotland. • 



\ n deposit your rhoney at I 

per cent. Interest with The n. C. Per- 
manent Loan Company and be al'l« 
t<T wtfftdraw the total amount or anyj 
portion thereof without notice. | 
Cheques, are supplied to each de- 
positor. Paid up capital over $1,000,- 
000, aSKats over 12.500,000. Branch 
office. 1210 government street, Vic- 
toria. B. G. • 



Office Stools 

and 

Ciiairs 

of ■teel. absolutely tmlestruc- 
tat»la, Bi»o in mission and oak, 
P ittift ©i' upholateired.'^ 

AU Stxea and Shape*. 

BAXTER & JOHNSON 

J _i:OMPANY, LTD. 



English Bicycles 



$35.00 



Complete Willi Dunlop. Tires, Bell,' Tool Bag, Pump, Wrench 
and Oil Ca:n--ready to ride 



721 Yates St. Phone 730 



WHILE THEY LAST 



$35.00 



THOS. PLP 



..j^f 



:i. J .; 



1110 Government St. oppcite spencer-. Victoria, B. C. 



:::=i 






Wanted pupils for embroidery. Work 
of all kinds.— Mrs. E. Claudio. ,851 
tjroughtwn Street. ■ • 



resents \ 




I 



A 
Large 

Assort- ii 

* 

e;^-^ ment ♦ 
To Choose From 



Aofl you won't niukc i misr 
take, no matter What yoti 
select frorn thus .<tore. Your 
Gift will be singled out from 
the rest and will he more 
than especially appreciated. 
You'll be satisfied, too. 

You'll Itnow >-ott gave 
something worth while-—; 
and the price»vvas rifjbt. So 
come in and .sec. .\\c'Hav€. 
ju»t that gift j-ou are lookiri^ 
for, ----^-.^^-.- -- y ■ 

^.very Present nicely packed 
in a special Wedding Bo.\. 



FOR 
SALE 



Semi-Business t 
Propfefttes I 
Close in 



Y. M. G. A. 

Tem porary Quarters, 1 209 Blanchard St 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reading and Game Rooms— -Hot and CoM Sldncr Baths- 
Men's and Boy's Summer-Camps—Surqmer Membership 

50c per month 



K m.%mudmMuammmKMmiu 



Only $10,000 



ATlew Street property, near the n«W«Y W '' A 

thr<ie-»lory Iron warehous*?. 



MOORE & WHITTINGTON, 865 Yates St 



FORT GEORGE 

LAND 

TIMJBER . 

In larj^e Areas 
For particulars apply to 



mm X-mmber. SA«U, Door., ..iMl «-U XUULa »t BuUdba« ai*t»n»a. go *o 

The Taylor Mill Co. 

SOmlted X>UMUtr< 
Mm. Offlet. »nd TarA; «11» Govcminent St.. P. O. Box ««.. Telephoos B«4 



W. n. Wiikerson 

The leweler 

0,5 GOVERNMENT ST. 

• Tel'. .I'V/. ._.. 



Ernes! Brammer \ 

Office 644 l'"()rt StJr^et 
Tel. 2CK^5 




Don't Throw 

Away Your 

Money 

BY BUYING TOO CHEAP AN 
ARTICLE. 

Pa y a It ttle nn>r^- ami NpuswUl 
benefit by \t. . ' • rif ';■ 





Lukenheirher Valves, all 
sizes in stock 



w . .-an sup 



with a 



FOR YOIR FOWLS 

Somefhing new and fi^om 
a g i recipe- -in fact' a 
guarajitced recipe. Our 

Dry Hopper Food 

\sk: your neij4hl)or' abotU 
il. He has heard of -it if 
you "have not. 




Gazzeile Bkycie 

Made bV the ceh brat-.'d Raleifih 
Cycle C, with ?, sixcd ateerinjiC 
arcMeip geir ui ran teed 

at ••?»•> 

Call and 1n.>»pt>< t them. .The 

same wheel aUIi fr.e wheel ahfl 

brakes at $4«>, al,«o Ruaranteetf. 

Win /it coaster tirak" as deairefl. 

I Harris & Smith 



Brass Tubing and Ear 
Brasis 

PACKING 

A lai'ge assortment of all lead- 
ing brands .in stock 



fictoriaiHlacliinery Depot 



343 Bay Stref«t 



ISannerman & Home 

Bro.-ul and Johnson 
' : ■ !ie"4i?7 



The fliei tli«t ate now in your kitchen and 
dining room were probably letting on tome m- 
dctcribaWIe nartinrw less than an hour ago, and as 
a single fly often carries many thousands cif dtteaae 
^ms attached lo its hairy body, it is the duty ol 
every housekeeper lo assist in exterminating this 
worst enemy of the human race. 

WILSON'S 

Fly Pads 

kill flirs in »uch immense quanlities -as j 
(innot be approached by any othci 
lly killrr. 





City Livery Board and Sale Stables 



i' 'I I :., ( >\, STKl'.! T 



.■';''; ' ! ';, 



The nlo^t nil ..1, in .'ini! ■■.:iiii;:i 
111 .!i:,;li' . -.)lil .111 . ' ■ ''■■' 

il. i; -.•'- , :-'\>ii 1..1 .iT ■ 



if in 1 he .:it>'. 1 lor.^e.s 
K;ite<, $2o uev in.mlii 



Office of C. R. RICHARDS, Vctcrinarinn 



REPAIRS ! 

We Look Up the Tfoiilj'e 

ana remedy n' proimdly ;^ ^n >ve re ^ 
eelve >"rd that our Hervlc^S- are re- 
quired. 

" Promptness in Plunibing 

Is ftseHKeiUial m:^MV.'\m how to (11. 
u nronerly. Tl..l« aPi.Ue.«« to the bo"sc- 
0140 a.M woM as tiie-mpwlserr- So If 
you want to savo annoyance arid cx- 
|^.„„«., «,..„d for us at th« first «lBn <rr 
tr.oiil.U'. - 

755 Broughton Street Phone 5 53 | 

McClary'B famotia St eel Ranges and.j I 
neatlmf Stnves at JiarTtafc r^.ir-otr<. < i 
1.^13 AVbnrf Street. near .)■ ter .i. S 

.;■,,., .rla. 



I v:,.....^.0' has j\o '^ 
effect upori 
j Malthoid Roofing 

Sulphur fumes around smelting 
plants, ca', up a metal root to 
short order, and vt-ry few other 
materials can withstand the at- 
tacks Mal^fhoid R.bofing^ dpei. 
tHf "Business. Engineers and 
owners of property in distrlcts- 
aft:ctcd by these, fumes will save 
money by looking carefully into 
the merits of MaUhoid. '»Vritc 



Agent 



R. ANGUS 

Wharf St., Victo 



ria ' 



e Make a 
■'.'pecialty 



. . I O ^, .1 I s 

1 wc 



Tvpewri' i' ■ 

,heai>ct;l .ui.l Ih:sL machine ..i ^i"' ''';.■.• 

Victoria Book ii Stationery Co., l..!mlt- 
■ •.1, iigent.s. 



C. H. Tile & Co. 



1 . 



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■t^,»»^mr>t¥m'^'i^nill*M'i'«^''' 



,^.^j5r.'«*w*P>M"Ww«iW3»^ 



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Wadnaaday. Auguat 24, ;d1Q 



/ 



VICTOHIA DAILY COLONISl 



■1 1 



GOOD WHISKY MAKES YOU 
Wai WHEN YOU'RE 



~j»-" 




•.•4(>i»4^tenWbilHa 



There are few remedies as good to keep in the house as a 
bottle of good, Wliisky. Even those who do not drink it as a 
rtile acknowle-cige its great medicinal value. In case of illness 
pr accident it should al\vay^ be kept cm hand. 

You will find the best a-sortnient of reuKHlics of tliis kind 
at this store. "People wb" know ^ikuI whisky from bad 
whisky and want the good are the ])eople who have built up 
our large liquor business. 



Will Eract Dwalling 

.A buUdUiH oerinit was taken oi.t 

yesterday by Measrs, G. ProvUicc and 

A. T. Turner for a dwollUig to lie 

erected on Klftti Blreet to cost $1,70U. 



The Best and Largest Stock of "Good Cheer." All the 

Reliable Brands Priced Right for Purchasers. Phone 

Your Order. Prompt Delivery Assured 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Douglas Street 



Cor. Johnson 



Open S a.. ni. to 10 p.-,m. 



A Reduction in 
Auto Veils 



■ For Today ami Tomorrow \vc offer anollicr 
Special in the shape of Auto Veils, now reduced to . 

75 Gents, Each 



Back Fron[« Eui^pa 

After a prDlotiged al)si'noe tn'Kuri.iie 
iiud the eaat~n-n Ij'nii.v-it Stuies viuilintj 
rolatlvas and tVienda, the Rev. A. J. 
VulUiiKhH Is reluniea to Vk'lorla feel- 
Intf the. bettor for the oxtouded vaca- 
tloti. Tho riivorend guiitieiiuin noted 

elfeht yeai-8 ago, a decided iiiiiiroyr 
inent In tho Industrial centrT^a, both 
as r»'Rards*oul|iul of manufactures and 
nlDnctary cotiditlon.'s. Uii evt-ry hand 
were observed evldciicea ol' thrift and 
contentment, especially ' in northern 
fc;ur<'ii)e, Tlic volume of travel to ami 
Irom the old and the new world aug- 
ments from year to year, and every <•!- 
f<'rt IS made by the transportation 
ccmpanie.s to, cater to ihe ruaulre- 
mentH of tlie travelllni- public. Father 
ViilllnKha fully enjoyed his trip, /uid 
the ilino pa.ssed all too quickly. KecU- 
less to slate, hl.s I'nany frlend.s were 
pleased to iseie him once again in their 
midst. 

WATER COMMITTEE MEETS 

Probably Final Session Will Be Hold 

Tomorrow Night — More Facts 

to Be Considered. 

.: TomomiAV^iiteht will prolmbly .sec 
the Inst meeting: o£ the Joint , water 
committee of thi; city cbuhcifand citi- 
zens, when a report recommending one 
of the two sources of future supply, 
Sooke l^ake or Ooldstream, will be 
submitted, and on this report a bylaw 
will be placed before the ratepayers, 
■rhero will be a supplementary report 
suinnltted b.v the aub-conimittee ap- 
pointed to secure ati offer from the 
Katiuhualt Water Works Company. 
This offer was made and dlscus.^ed by 
the committee and a trip made by 
members of the joint committee and 
others to the company's system, but 
pther facts not hitherto available have 
been secured and will be submitted to 
tho committee. Information relative 
to Sooke l,ak4»- ami estimates of driv^ 
ing the tunnel, should a tunnel rnnte 
to that source be decided upon, have 
been secured on a basis of the cost of 
dolngr similar work elsewhere. These 
facts will be ready. Tlie Sooke Lake 
adherents deslris that the, joint com- 
mittee siioidd have an 0|>portunlty, as 
in the ciu«e of (U)ldstream, of ^■isitiug 
that locality and Inspecting the pos.sl- 
bllitles of the lake as a source of sup- 
ply for Victoria. 



AMUSEMENTS 



OBITUARY NOTICES 



They ccmcTn^rril the iic\v-st shades, and are really 
jv;ery exceptional value for an outlay 5>lr-5^^*--:— -— r 




510 Cormorant street 



Opposite E. & N. Depot' 



Stewart. 

Janet Hall Stewart, aged' 5- years, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stew- 
art, died yesterday after a brief Ill- 
ness^ The funeral Is arranged to 
take place on Thursday afternoon 
from the parents' residenbe, 2519 
First St. ' 



Jamiesori. 

to'nk place 



Th» diSath to'nk place yesterday 
mbrnfng of Marion K. Jarrite.son, two- 
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ^ 
Matthew W. Jamleson.' The funeral Allison and < 
will fake place tomorrow from the !'''« are ^.xpici 
- reatdence, ■ L2J-4 Gladatojie avenue, at 2 full applause 
p. m., Rev.. Dr. Cagipbell ..dftlclatlng. • The.dtfHUind.- 

cidedly well 
Cameron. 
The funeral of the late Donald Cam- 
«r o n . w tit — tar^e ~ithf^ -"tWa— ftftfrnt»»n 
at 2:30 o'clock from^ the parlors of 
the B. C. Funeral Comfiany. The re- 
mains will be Interred In Ross Bay 



Victoria Theatre 

CominencliiK tomorr'.iw uiglil Air. 
Huron U BIyden and lUs compuriY 
appears at the Victoria llieatrt/, pic- 
Kentluy the well known (ijmedy, 
•Kalher and the Buyis." This com- 
pany has aecured an euKaKemeut for 
lour weeks, and durluB that time will 
present some, of the well known Kiig,- 
liah and American comedies of the 
present day. And again referring to 

HriTrrmiing bill, "The Father ami Hie 
Hoy.s." It's hardly neceasary to say 
very jnuch, aa whefl \Vm. ll. Crane 
presented this sani" oumedy at the 
\'lctoria theatre he ,reci,'ived one of 
the' largest houa.ea that has over graced 
any actor or actress that has played 
in "tills city, which - siieaky very well 
for the oiiening. engagement of the 
ITurtin L. Blydon I'omiiany. Tho sajne 
performanco'wiy be present: a also ^on 
Friday and "Saturilay >.mm ,i rf|..i'l.il 
yalurday matlna.?. , , * 

Pantages Theatre 

Tlie flKht |i'ii-iures/ with i;.-ii IM/.- 
sinmidns and BUI l-anu; bIUlllll^ twelve 
terrific i-QUnds for tlie ehunii'ionshiii of 
Au.stralla, anil clearly showing ''"iiz — 
the idol of the sporting world— aUhough 
nghling like a demon in every — rmmd, 
slowly, but surely beaten down and 
linally sent to^ dreamland with a cruel 
knockout inmch at. the end of the 
twelfth. It was a great light and the 
pictures, great moving pictures, un ex- 
hibition all this week, at the Pantages 
reproduce It In. a most reall-'itlu man- 
ner. 

Majestic Theatre. 
A highly dramatic and sensational 
progranrmirwTIT be shown at the -Ma- 
jesl'tc Wednesday and Thursday, 
■Gambling with Death," is a strong 
store which (Jeals with the French 
revolution. The picture can scarcely 
be described,- but perhaps it is sut- 
flclont to aay that It is dramatically 
vei-y strong and represents a possi- 
bility, rather than aw actual— occur- 
rence. It might t)e said that the gam- 
bling mania is w((ll represented here, 
since those who gambled lost. "A, 
Fla.sh of Light" illustrates the folly 
of 8cie:Ulflc gentlemen trying to har- 
monize female inconsistence with 
matrimonial obligations. The result 
In this case was that the scientist who 
should have known better, is desert- 
ed In his hour of need by his wife, 
while t!We women whom he should 
have married, stuck to him. * 

New Grand Theatre 
Xuthing tjetler in the way of equU- 
ibrLstlc work has been seen than the 
«:nj.>y:it)le and thrilling turn offered at 
the Graiid this wv.ek, by Leonard, 
Louie and Gillette. The three men are^ 
finished acrobatsi working in complete 
harmony, doing sensational balancing 
feats and mfu.sing some comedy that 
gUes the hard Workefs' a chance for 
a rest in their .sucorlv < ff Vt« tp please. 
They eertalnl s ' 

The venotla:; j^.. natve tti. their 
trio a Boiolst a{ jsjilendld voice ttnd 
tune. Their giiltiir awJ mandolin 
music la, delightful ti) li.stcn to, and 
the ensembles most pleasing for thetr 
chfaracter and haijijiojiy. The. Misses 



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Murrant. 

.On Monday 'evening ,at the family 
residence, 744 - Front street, the deatji 
occurred of Charles Wilfred Pynn, the 
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs: R. A. Mur- 
rant. The funeral has been arranged 
to take place- this morning at. 11 
o'clock from the residence. ' 



Stewart. 

The remain.^ of the late Norah, the 
Infant daughter of Kfr. and Mrs. Ian 
Stewart, whose death occurred on 
Monday at the family realdence, 2518 
Bridge street, . were Interred Iri Ross 
Bay cemetery yesterday morning. The 
funeral took place-at 11 o^lock from 

I the house, where~Rev. W. Leslie Clay 
conducted an appropriate service. 

I Many fj-lends of the jtarente of the 

i /Child attended and numerous floral 

I offerings covered the casket. 



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Olaan. 

The funeral of Henry. M. Olaen, late- 
'.;. farming at ChemaJhiia and who 
died jn this city on the 19th Inst,; 
took place yesterday from the parlors 
of. The B. C. Funeral Furnishing Co., 
■Government Street, where Impressive 
services were conducted by the Rev. 
Otto O.. M. Gerblch, of the local Lu- 
theran criiurcli. A large number of 
the neighbors of the deceased from 
Duncans and elsewherew-ere r'fCHent, 
The follow ing wure the pall bearers: 
F. L. Smith, J. M. Hughcs7~F. T. Tap- 
acott. W. H. Price, J. A. Bornle and 
M'. Math^on. 



iTh Stuart Kol- 

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e^n ac^cord. 

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tt,.- Stokes 

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Harry Cruaby 

|i)me" are de- 

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and Carrie R. 
of sorig and ti>w. 
and Miss.,|Lt.ce in 
lightful entertaui. I 
playlet la beautifully simple and pleas- 
ing. Thomas J. Price and the moving 
pictures are billed, the latter being 
very amusing and d^p^lng a scene In 
a dentist's chair. — * 



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NOT HEARD 



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Tiornay 

1 The remains of the late J. J. Tlerney, 

(Who wa.s (Irowiied at Stewart, B. C. on 

j August 10th, arrived by the steamer 

I Charmer last bight. The funeral service 

I will be conducted at the Catholic 

cathotlral at 9 thl.i morning and 

Interment will be made In Ros« Hay 

cen^etery. "The body was accompanied 

from Vancouver by the- mother, Mrs. 

C. J. TU^rney, a brother, Mr. W. J. 

Tlerney, two slRters. Mr.i. Cortiwnll and 

Mrs." Sheasgreen, nV V:meiiiivci 

the bjller's husband. 

,Mr. Tlerney went up to i^tewnrt 
last .March, and had been suijerintend 



with pine, spruce, red fir 'and hemlock, 
and most of the fcoiintry burning has 
never before felt the : breath of fire. 
The .timber cannot \ie excelled any- 
where in North -America, except near 
the Pacific ocean. 

It will requirb dec'ades to restore the 
de\-astatcd ■ porfTb'ns of tho forests. 
Secretary of AgrlcultureJ^Mlson, after 
his recent tour of; thd vnatlonal forests, 
stated proudly tliai the>- vver.e being 
conserved, as all tlie* forest fires then 
burning, were among trees privately 
owned. The forests thj-ou(fh whirh the 
fire has passed are killed, but tho tim- 
bejr Is merchantable If removed at Once. 
Nc.xt to the Unl|!ed Statef, big corpora- 
tions, notably the Chicago, Mnwb.ukee 
and Puget Sound Railway knd the 
Coeur d'Alene lead -Hnd sil\?er mines, 
which use much timber in their work- 
ings, art! the chief sufferers,' It Is 
difficult to gl\e ligures on the timber 
louses, which may reach $10,000,000. 

It Is estimated that mpre than 1,500 
settlers in Montana, Idalib'find Wash- 
ington have lost thefr homeis and every- 
thing In them. ■ • . . 

The present summer "^IjKi t]|««h: one of 
the driest, eyer known, .yires lighted 
by settlers to ,f-lear lands, and locomo- 
tives of r.'iilroads are held responsible 
for a great many of the fires. 
( Now Fires Reported 

RUTTE, August 23.— Governor' Nojr- 
rls has ordered out stiV^e troopa to flijht 
the forest fires. , 

\V/U„1>ACE, -Idaho, August 2S.— The 
reporfof 5G d^a'd. bodies being found 
at Independent Creek, BOUth Of Mur- 
ray, IH entirely false.' 

SPOKANE, August 2S.— Wardncr 



Itauger V'andyck, on Injlepeiidenco 
creek, and Ranger Darrlck, at Saltese, 
Mont., both reported tonight. It had 
been teared that Vandyck and his crew 
of 75 inert had been cut off. l..,ate»i re- 
[(orts from Montana eimcerning tiie six 
hundred missing i-angers are more 
hopeful. 

A revised count of the--known dead 
in and near Wallace gives j8 bodies, 
only 17 qi which lia\e been ideiitlrted. 
la most cases the bodies recovered 
are so charred as to be beyond recogni- 
tion. 

List of Dead 

. A special to the S|)(Jkesnian-i('evlew 
from a stall' correspoiulent til .,\\'allace ! 
gives 'the following official list of the ! 
dead In' the (."oeurd'Alene mining coun- : 
try ; ; 

At Wallace; .losepli C. lin.\ir, an uri- ; 
Ijnown ,man, lliouglit to have been a j 
car repairer named Curtis, and two I 
unknown persons whose Ijodies have j 
lieeji found. ) 

At Placer Creek: William Learmouth, 1 
of Winulpe!,'; Jos. l-'ene-, Harry .Man- 
.soii, and three unknown men. . j 

At the JJuliion mine: Val. Nicliol- | 
son, Larry Hyson, Leslie Selers, Aaron | 
Ik-nsoii, lllllsdali!; Lou MolineS. Spu- j 
kane; Tom Welch, SpokaiM-; Kmesl | 
♦ Igiu, Wallace. 1 

On Big Creek: Joe Beaiuluunp and j 
Richard Ames, homcsteadersr;'" jMr- - J. t 
Elliott; D. E. Brown, I'i>ton SrfmTi; .>r . 
Kellogg; Kd. Camer<,)ii, "1 i'linr ('(■••i!v| 
and six unknown men. [ 

. At Mullen: One fire fighter .m'! iv, o 
proijpcctors, names unknown. 

At Salte.--i:; W iVli.iiii M^'Kay, Wrv 
lighter. ' 

Oi) Pine Creeki Tliree unknown men. : 
Tlie S^pokesman-Review correspond- \ 
ent at Wallace telegraphs: "For a time 
this evening rain fell In Wallace and 
In other places ol-tba^-Canyox). It was I 
only a sprinkle, but ;lt made the "day ! 
more hopeful than any since the fires 1 
closed in on the Coeur d'Alene towns i 
on Saturday. Heavy clouds all day , 
gave rise to the hope that It might 1 
rain, and while only a drenching down- | 
liour could aid the forest lire situ:itlon, | 
even today's drizzle was welcomed a.s | 
lessening in some degree tlie tinder- | 
l^ke state of everything Intlamable." \ 

Burke, which of all the canyon 
towns, Is the most easily reached by 
fire, Is taking prewiutlons. Although 
the blaze has never been nearer than 
two miles to the town buildings, every 
bit ot wood hasj been -"Boaicci 
watvr, and not even heavy rain eotild j 
have drenched it more completely. 
The plant tliat gives Burke'a. water 
wupply has been safeguarded bX chop- 
ping away brush on every side, and by 
stationing men svlth water buckets 
along every foot. 

Idahi? 'lumbermen when asked tor 
estimates of the damage, say they 
have no basis from vrhlch to reckon. 
United States Supervisor Welgle says 
any estimate will he a mere guess. The j 
fires tonight cover a larger area thai) | 
ever before, and the loss cannot bo! 
told until the havoc ceases. I 

Oregon Situation, ! 

'PORTLAND. Aug. liS.— It is estl- | 
mated here that forest firea this sea- 
sen have cauped a loss of over $7,000, - 
000 In Oregon. The forestry service | 
believes thfe government by the far the j 
heaviest loser. District Forester Chap- 
nian, who returned to Portland today, 
considers tonight's favorable condi- 
tions in southern Oregan, but a. lull in 
the storm. Nothing but a hfcavy ond 
general' rajn can stop the continued 
destruction. The forester calls Htten- 
tion to the • tremendous " damage to 
yOung growth; seriously affecting the 
forests (>f the future. 

A new fire 'tifeatena the hotnes of 
settlers at Asbestos, Jackson county. 
The Ashland canyon fire is now work- 
ing away from the town of Aahlanti. 
Here the regular,s |iave relieved the 
local conipany, of mllltla, who had 
been on duty three days. The Mount 
McLaughlin fire has crossed the sum - 
liriltof the Cascades, and Is now burn- 
ing, at an elevjition of seven thousand 
feet. Seven miles of front has been 
controlled, but at other , points tho 
high vvind carries the. flames relent- 
lessly. . ■ , I ,. ) 

Thirty additional men left Klamath 
'Falls today. Every militia company 
In Oregon Is held in readiness to an- 
swer a call of short notice. 



I 



lag work on various mines In the dis-'' 



Thousand Islands.— .\e:^t Sunflrvy 
ih,-. .< S. Jr(.>(|iH)i.s w-ill make one of 
those dellKt>li'i"l tr'PS among the Gulf 
l.ilanda... slopping ono huur-at-JUajme, 
and returning via tho picturest|uo 
Pender Canal. Picnk; parties 
bring their baskets and lunch 
the trees. Take V. 
VlclofTa 9-45 a. m. 
nuisie on board. 



can 

under 

&- H. train leaving 

Refreshments and 

For' further Infor- 



mation telephone 511. 



Cheap re.-iding for caniper.s and 
nther.<!: We are clearing a lot of our 
76o rnpyrlght novels at 26c each, 

five for "$l.<"i VicjLorla IJook Ai .Sta- 
iloner/ Co., .J^lnilted. * 



. The enormous Increase In tlie de- 
mand for gasoline and its rapidly ad- 
vancing, price make It an absolute cer- 
tainty that the , oil company whose 
wells produce |he crude nil carrying 
the highest percentage of gasoline Is 
tho "company which will pay the. 
highest dividends. Buch a oornpany 
Ik the Amalgamated Development Co., 
whose oil 'Wf.llft, are situated In the 
famous oil IleldS of Katalla, Alaska, 
[the oil from which terrltor.v has bpfen 
proved by repented «clentlf!c tests to. 
carry 30 iier cent, of gasoline, being 
the liigbe^t percental gf on the Ameri- 
can continent, HiTd 1 ti per cent, more 
tlia ali« 1 ii'odii.r tgi.oi, Uis,j,tXi!,.uiu.|^ip ,.j,;'eivri - 
.H\lvanla oil districts. 



,and fbirke, Coeiir . d'Alene mining 

"' nil I tins ji.m', were menaced today by forest 
I jlic-j which caused il suspen.'ilon of 
bu.-iine.i.s while the men went out .to 
light tin- tlanies. They are out of dan- 
ger tonight, 
trirt since tliat date. ICarly on the C-jjObl.V, Idnho, August 23.i-A for- 

mornlivg-.<vf August 10, Mr. Tlerney j„u8 fire is raging at thf head of l^rlest 

hcar,^ calls for help from across thr.* Lake, where two hundred men are 
river and got up 'cross In a small boat, n^iiting It. Funned bv hlKh winds 
^ answ'er to them, Th.e, Bear r.K^jJs til rough,' dead liniher. a lire at Hughes 

i' burned over an ar(>a ten niiles 

in one night. A government 

ic.Miip at Gold .Creek was, engurfoil by 

j (ire, and Ranger Sanniei Hyiea; in 



ra. 



notoriously treacherous, the boat w a 
overturned; fiTTd Its occupant throw i 
on the. scanty ■■i-.r.-e ..1' th.. „•,(,.,. 
Th.' :j.rst thai ' ' ' ■ ■- 

iicy'.- ' disappe,:: .;... . ■•■■•■■ , 
friends ciune to call him at t! o'cl. 
the morning they found that he h 
ready risen and taken tjie boat 
^he river was drtigged, and afie: 
days the bod y was rec oVflrM-aiiil Iden 
tlfled by a Mr. HOwson, who happen 
ed to be passing. through, Mr. Iloivson 
brought the. news to the.cit.v, a coron- 
er'ij wire being the ortly other word re- 
ceived bT- tTie, relatlvef of the drowned 



man. 

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"The Deathless Army" 
When Mr. Karn'si I'etch appeared 
at the Romano theatre last evening 
and sung the.abovo solo, he was re- 
ceived with marked appreciation by a 
large audience, and he certainly dps- 
erves It. Hp has a very pleasing bari- 
tone voice, and sung with the Wash- 
ington (pirtrtette (luring their' engage- 
Vicnt In thin city. * 



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>( forest 
:P.._Kotkei -and iwo huhdrlod nun 
have not been iieard from since 
day night, when they were fighting tlu 
flames in, the Coeur d'Alenes, near 
Wallace. .Kotkey, a graduate of the 
Vale forestry school, lis one of the most 
valued men in the forest service, and 
Supervisor W. B. Welg'le feels sure 
that he would have sen^ word to his 
chief if communleatloti were possl- 
bl(>. The mlRslng men were In a section 
where thS; flam-Os have since burned 
most flcrecly.-i^aurchlng parties have 
started In several dlrectlona from 
A-iCry, Idaiio, 



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The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tra.cts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plaas and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. 



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A remnrkable- point in favor of the 
productlj of the Alaskan Oil F{eT(li!, 
where the llowlng wfclls of the Amal- 
pamated Development Compan.v a.i<- 
sUuated, Is its extremely high com- 
meroliil Value aa compared with thai 
of other sectlonsof tho AmcrUan 
lontliiont- For Instance, In th^- pro- 
dustlonof gas-ollne froni^tfre cnulo oil 
repeated reHnementa have shown nn 
li'.Ms than 30 per cent, from the .\l(isU;i 
<"Allfornlai 20 per cent, from l.'oloradti 
:!0 p<''r cent, from Pennsylvania, lo 
and 15 per cent, fr.om Ohio and froirv 
Oklahoma,' and 10 per cent, ft-oni 
'Wyoming. This' fact should be car<>- 
fiiily bo.rn^ In mind , by those Intend- 
tnsr fn Invest, their money In oil slocks. 
• — • '-^^ — '—. — ■; 

The Canadian Who's Who. publi.<;ho(l 
by the I^ondpn Timoa, on sale- at Vic- 
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' Better thrfn any rea i ■ ' 
mont on the market — AmalgHiuim-.i 
Dovoloptnont Companyi stock. 

Monfcoy Brtmrt RoSp al*an« -trxfhon nrtmt. 
»iln. steel. ii<m and tiiiwar ki.ivca ai«ij 
fcfkJi. ai.d all kluvU "f K.\l'.itS)ti >7 



Fletcher Bros. 

I .'■ ', I r.overninciil. Slrrcl 
Tel. 88=; 



Once in, a stood tyhilo vi .:i m . >; 
make good. The Amalgam i i . 

V('l()i)ment Company has |clon< .-•>. 

«», 

■ Mr. Clisrlos Bettnmo's Successor. 

iT Edmondf m-:i1- 

I.-; ,.i,.i professor '■. ...i,..,aK, (of 
principal Tvondon concerts, Gloucester 
l-'cstlval, Tctrazzinl British Tour I'.ioit, 
etc.,) has come, to reside in VictoriiL 

iuid engagc-d.' a,- stji)dA«...at MusKi;*^^. 

W'aitl's Piano Store, Governtni>nt St. 
lie Is rocommohded by Mv. Hothuii"^ 
who is discontinuing his worly in Vlc- 
toriii, ■', ' * 



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ubscribe for THE COLONIST 



,\ pinui; ui: good faiiii. 'rif .\niiil- 
RnmHic'd .Devclopmout (-omi)!iny of- 
tVT.Ml to give one thousand dollars to 
:uiv oharitalile Institution to bo se- 
Icctfd l)y the roproscntatives of' the 
tlircc iicwspnpcrB who went to inspect 
I he company's oil w«lls at the Katalla 
fields, if conditions wore not aa tho 
inanagatnent of the company hstd 
represented. Tlie n>port of thosip Irf^ 
dependent witnesses. ;)fl(yr™,cxam1nirig 
the oil «vella was--n' tier lliiin repre- 
aented. 



VICTORIA ^D An.Y COLONIST 



W«dn«f'«y. AuQutt 24, 1910 



M 



mi 



iL.i!tVf!li«Tiiii 



EXCLUSIVE DISPLAY OF 

Electroliers 




While \vc are claimed to he the best ex- 
hibitors/of. Klectroliers/ we do not hcsilale 
iiv .statins that never i)efore have we j^ath- 
creil tpg-ether sucli a magnificent stock as 

we liave now. 

, r 
'Knrther del ails to. follow. , , 



Hinton Electric Co. 

LIMITED 




2 



In Woman's Realm 





to ri'vlvp thu iriHtlliitioi) ami u> sol It 
(III u Hourul I'iiianrial biisi*'. 

U must not be ilioiislit, ho\v«;ver, 
iliul the bimrd of diit-ctors baa been 
Idle or that the imix'itaiire ot tboit 
- , , , , luiesioTi hati been lost siKbt of. • J "" 

Young Women's Christian Assufla- j p,.^^ym^,„(_ ^i^.^ Mlcbener, hat* suc- 
tion. The Ilortie dn Pandora Street ^ ...eodcd In , interostluB «, "/""'!f .,,?,, 
has been kepi oi.en and the room« t jfhl.s wlio ha ve leisute and tn ent . 
have been full. 'I'lie Truvell«ra' Aid ) ^hat l.s quite as inM'">l!'iil, 'onu 



HERE AND THERE 



Kor the pa.st .vear not much baa 
been heard by the pvihlle of the 



Kolng parngraiiliH has a sp-'cial ai,i- ; 
plication to life in large cities, it Is I 
\et 'true tlYal Victoria girls need more j 
IipportunilleH lor lational. umusement j 
and lor healthy .xerciHP. In the , 
sumnuTtlme, if* is. true, Ktrls >vho :ive i 
not woriting: can find these In out- 
door Kamos.. BiiP for those who nius^l 
spend t4ie day at work tlir r\.ninK 
(lassos, exwrcisea and HV>"rts which a • 



JAMES BAY 
ACADEMY 

~ A Private High School 

ACAPEMIC DEPARTMENT 



have been full 'I'lie Truveii«ra /viu ^na l.s quite as inipiMi...is ." •- , .,,1, ,J.ri v.m-iir 

l;::.:^ei^:l;;rl^"met the boat. _and.^ny- .j h..u;.s and .uh.k^^sympathH.^ ni u. , [-'--J^, , .-^S,,^;'-- 



Wt- travellinB' .ui the Svrtn,K HldKc | vvnrk of the. aMsociati.in. '^^'^^*;,^|^;',)'^V 

Street (-ar regularly uoHce.s that, very 1 .luring the past ^''"IV'' ^:''*'L- ' '*h, me 
-- ...... ■'".■1- the r'retiuentl.c at Mrs. Michenera home 



Full MatriciilaiPMi ni 



two vears. Students prepared for 

ll.r.L.S. and ctlicr cxHiniuatii >us 

Splendid Matriculation Successes This Summer 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

\ fully cquiiMH'd modern Business College in chaifrc of an 

experienced Commercial Specialist, a Gold Medalist 

in ('Tegg Shorthand 

Text Books Furnished Free to Students of this Department 

DAY AND EVENING CLASSES 



rre(|uentlv ijassenfiera stop near th 
Home or board the cur there in tne 
rarl\ uiorulnK;. Teachers as well as 
other vouuK women arrivuig- in tne 
Humniertime. find the Home a con- 
venient centre from whicii tliey may 
look for work and girls out of em- 
plovment use it as a resting phu-o. , 
In this and other ways the Associa- 
tion has been doing good work anu 
the kindly matron has found tor Iti - 
self a i^lace in many heart. -i. 

But it ha.«> been felt thiiL the crowd- 
ed hotise was utterly inadeciuate for 
nianv of tlie purtHises which a Young 
Woman's Christian Association bulli - 
iiig serves in larger cities. Few glrla 
cared to live where each could not 
have a room, even If a small ony 
that she could call h'T .i\\n. 

Kor the religious, the educational. 
the social and the recreative sides pf 
the work which have made it a power 
lor good in most cities of this con- 
tlii.nt and in England there was al- 
most ;io ,,pp,rrtunity. Every- day 
that has passed has shown the need 



nud luiv.', Willie becoming lietlor ac- 
(luainted witli each oth-r. learned 
much of the aims and olijects ul llie 
Association and of the good 11 may do 
under proper managemenii in \ icturia. 
From" time to time the circle is being 
enlarged and It is hoped will f"rm 
the nucleus of an active and efficient 
Young Wonnn's Association, for the 
ideal o!' .-<uii\ an a.ssociatlon is not 
thai ii shall be .■onlrolied and directed 
iiv oldi-r women, but that it shall at 



(. 'hri.sllun 
would be 



Association 
in\'.ilualjle. 



VVoman's 

old i.rii.id 



SUPERINTENDENCY 

NOW DIVIDED 



(■ont.mii'd iroiii I' 



MUSIC ROLLS 

For All Make* of 

PLAYER- PIANOS^ 

A SHIPMENT OF LATE POPULAR MUSIC JUST TO 

HAND/ 

"11,- ilu. l.iL^ht -I ilic Silverv M(""r ->; ::vni!i.Mii Rr-e" 
' "(.;iili:upii;i Clul'-" ••lias .\nyb<»d_v ilcrc >ecii i\cil\ ' 
, And ManvDther Real Laie llit.-^ , 



M. W. WAITT & CO, LTD. 

Oldest Music House in B.C. ioo4 Government Street 



pareiu to everyone that two general 
superintendents were neces^ir.v. 
Where a necessity existed tin- (jU' s- 
tion of ('Xiicnse slioiild l)e a nu're b.it;- 
alelK', 

Sp.-aklug m la \ : 'li'.- commit- 



fi^rd gir!.-< an o|>portunlty of helping lee's r-por . the. !<• Uarwm. 

(Hie anolhei 
.\nuther 



, • iniP'U-l:iul sl.|i b:i"' 
been taken .Mi.-'.s iluckely, a gradu- 
ate of .Smith College, vvlio lias been 
ihtimytelv lon.iected witii the busi- 
ness worit of the institution, has been 
induced to take the position of Trav- 
eler's Aid as well as (■£ secretary for 
tile soeiety. Kven in Victoria this 
voung luTly will lead a busy life. Klie 
meets all the boats and trains tiiat 
arrive and is ready to help any wonv- 
an who needs Infornvation or advice, 



hat has iiassed has snown uie uei" an wno neeus iiiioi iiin>.'...i. y- "- • • — • 

)f extensio-i and that this has been Since coming ti»-Victuria Miss Buck- 

, Ii_ t„ n.« .. iurinm niid «.iw\- >ia«i im^f vi-uii thp Erefitest cour- 



so Is ii testimony to the wisdom and 
foresiglit of, tho.se who. a little more 
than three years ago worked very hard 



James Bay Academy 



.\ddr 



all nKjUinc- to 



THE PRINCIPAL, JAMES BAY ACADEMY 



Phone 2041 



166 Medina Street 



A ynvnt* Klg-h Bchool. 
Aeademlc department — Full matricu- 
lation in two years. Students prepared _ ^ ^ 

fn,i,H. C. 1/ S. and other examinations, ^^.^j.^ here, whether they, have homes 
Splendid Matriculation fcuccesses Thl« 1., th.^ „r».. ,,.,,1 n-hnt Idnd of work 



eley has met with the greatest cour 
tesv from all officials connected witli 
transportation, as well as from others 
with whom she has come in contact 
in a business way. But while no part 
of the present work la being neglected, 
information Is being gathered from 
^verv available source concerning the 
TTT^Vl— nf-the Institution and those 
jrhoni it will benefit. Miss Buckeley 
will-, find out how many girls are at 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



FOR BOYS 




.Summer. 

CommerolBl Iiepartment — A fuiry 
.quipped modern, business college in 
charge of an experienced rr.mmerclal 
.specialist, a gold medalist In (Srogg 
Shorthand. Text books furnNhed fr^ 
to students of thlH department. PftV 
and evening elflssp-.. .^ddresB alt in- 
,|i:m :.■.- !o ^ ' 

The Principal, Jam«« Bay Acadamy 
Phone 2041, 166 Medina Street 




_ POirrUAND. ORKaON 

A Bplftiillfl BoardlBe and I)«r Hrb'ol (or 

voi.Nti Mi:v AM> ncks 

Klt*n«lv« rnun«l«« In (Vill».«e. Hith Hrhrxil »nrl Pom- 
miTcisl work. lir«mm«r KT«rti«« l*uaht to><iTinvrr 11 
>»«ni. >M-b«>«l i.p»n«S^()<. i:i. 1910. C«l»!(« Krr.«. 
A'Jdrr»«. Kft. .lonrrH l.»I.l.iiiH«B. (\ 8. I'.. l'r««. 

COLUMBIA l!jirT««»ITT, POBTI.AKD, UasaOM. 



Trinity 
College 
School 



Port Hope. Ont 

Rov 



RcsiUf.aial 
School lor Boys 

Tlfalthy nitimfion. 
Fin- proof Build-— 
ines. 

K.ttenBJve-PIay- 
prounds, large 
I tv mnajitim. 8kat- 



In the city and what kind of work 
they do. t She will soon know some- 
thing of our schools, of our public li- 
brary, of the various places of amuse- 
ment and of the number of girls who 
frequent them. The opportunities fur 
outdoor recreation and for mutual 
Improvement will be scanned. It xvill 
be In no spirit of Idle curiosity, still 
less i^ir censorlijusness that this bright 
young ladv and her associates will 
! pursue such enquiries. Their motive 
I will V to discover how the Young 
: Wdman'ij Christian Association can. 
help to make .Victoria a better and a 
' lutppWr place for girls to live in. Kor 
It has been xjulte decided to iiiake 
' preparation.-* for the erection of it new 
, and suitable building in the near fu- 
1 t urf. Many men of means have al- 
' ready promised their aid and tleclarcd 
their co.nvictlon that the building is 
uric that Is needed. If the alms of 
Its promoters are carried, out,, the 
proposed building will not only be a 
pleasant home for those Who need one 
but will afford opportunity for social 
intercourse, for t«tlonal ; amusement 
and physical development an<l for ed- 
ucation, both .«e<:ular and rfUglous. 

The finest of buildings will, how- 
.ever. be of little use without a body 
Of workers animated by . a spirit of 
love and helpfulness. Tg. atrengtljen 
the' associatiSn ih: thrrwffy Is within 



ing Rinks. et«. i"e «a.-!V'v ibiioi. ......... "«.. — ..-.---- 

prppare-l for the Universities; \ Jhe Power of many >;*i«^£:^«»«^f»";^ 



Xmas Term Commences Sept. 6th 



At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Brick Building. 
Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized C^det Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: Football and Cricket: Gymnasium 
■ aiullndoor Rifle .Range. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

VVARDE.X: 
Rev, \V. W. Bolton, M.A., Cambridge. 

PRINCIPALS: . .> . 

R. V. Harvey, M.A., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lond.,Un;v^ 
assisted by a resident staff of University Men. 
For Prospectus Apply the Bursar.' 



Rovai Miiitjiry follegc^ and.. Business. 
Spn ial attpniion, pTPii to younger boys. 
Next term l>«gins Sept. U. New. boys 
must report on Sept. Vi 



13, 



jpft ( alrndar an,i all in formation. 
apply tn Ihr Hra<iina-\lrr 



lev. 0SW4L* mMY. M. A. (CitnbrKtf). I.U0. 
PORT MOPE. ONT, 



Collegiate School 



rOS BOTB. 

ockland Avean* 



Havcrgal Ladies College 

TORONTO 

Principal, MISS KNOX 

RE-OPENS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th 

'ripir.iimh cducalii.m on nKidcni ' 1- i'"j,,i , imnor 

Diatr:' ' ^ ■ ''' 'il'ier c.\amuuiiion.^.,...^cparaU- J uim' m ^cho(jl, 
.Icpjirtmcnt. Lryn>nasium, <)Ut-do<)r games, 



The taarele. 1349 



VlBltor; 
The Lord Bishop of Columbia. 

0np«rrlior« 

The Ven. A.rch<4cacon Serlven, _ 
U. A., Oxon. 

Head Maateri 
A. 1>. Muskett. Esq. 

I Excellent arcomnsodatlon for board- 
ers:, jspaclous nchool huUdlngs. gym- 
I nisium; *6rganl7:efl .cadet corps. 

' OhrUtmas term b«(frlr.» »«pt. It, S S. m. 



l)t)nn 

-katinj- rink ■ ■ 'muiimv,; k.d'-' 



% 



For illustrated calendar and prospectus apply to the 

Bursar. 

R. MILLICHAMP, 

Hon. Secretary-Treasurer. 




have little to give except— their time 
and thplr thtereat; ' ^t 

In a long and able 'address on the 
•Slgnfflcence of the Y. W. C A. 
:Movement,"\\Ml9s .Mary' E. Trolley. 
President of Mount Wolyoke College, 
gives two aspects of the work whigh 
appeals to w'Onien. in Victoria:. For 
It must be remembered that the needs 
of each city la different, from those of 
oihera. Referring to aihu'^ements. 
.Mips Wolley says, "The problem of 
the .Association' is to^ develop the 
whole woman," and in' order to do' 
that every phaM of the social need 
must be taken Jntb conslderatloTi. 
»Not least Important of them all Js 
ar.-ius* ment, diversion. recr«>atlon. It 
is perhaps a modern view that 
apiusement lis a handlnalden of.rclig.-. 
Ion. but it is a true one. The normal 
human being craves recreation ahd 
the question becomes not "Shall, that 
craving be satisfied? but, how? No 
one Is Ignorant of the modern.' city 
as not to Inow what form that an- 
i<wer too often takes. It has been 
true througnout all history, it is true 
today that the character of a pecipU" 
Is both Indicated and shaped by the 
kind of amusement In whlqh It in- 
dulges. The gfrea test menace to our 
future as. far as womanhood la con- 
cerned Is not the fact that women 
are In Industo' or in public life, but 
tl-ic fact that too many of thorn find 
,tl t ir amuHemeritB In ways that dw^rf 
and demoralize aiid_degrade. The 
patiRlcn for gambling that shows it- 
nAi IM the bridge mania, the kind of 
plays that too often are pi-esented 
Inrespectable theatres, the premidous 
shows that are the one diversion of 
hundreds of thousands of working 
girl.s, the yellow .loiirnals and yellow 
magazines and yellow novels that be- 
smirch their thoughts — the.«e are the 
dangers which menace our future, It 
Is far too long a story to attetnpt to 
tell how the Christian As.<5oclatlon is 
attempting to meet this ^necd by club 
and class and social; by attractive 

, . . ...,..>.i-.r, .,i.,-„ reading rooms, with books and mag- 
Tborougb. practical Instruction given ^^,„^g „„^ papers that lift up. In 

In all Kngllsh subjects as well as in ^,^^^,^ „f .irnirirlnir down: b.V a nooi 

the lilgher l)rnnclief of study. 

I-'nr further Infomifttlon cnll en 

address S. D. POPB. I.I.. ».. 

PlH.ne •UIOO. Principal 



i;.!.-i!';i, MMid that h ■ '- Impos.siliio 
i>,, ,.iH ' general ■ ■siipertntendeiit to 
i,,,,r :,1| ihe dlstrlels. The diff'^r- 
(.'-it il'-aii.i- -1> 'iilil be visited. At 
oonl.r.nc, J ml (i:-U-lct meeting.^ 
wliich the holder of that oflice had 
attended his presence hiidactcnl as an 
inspiration, it would be a G(Jdsend ^ 
to districts In the West to have a ; 
man of ri|)e Judgmenr and mature ex- 
peflence visiting them . periodically. 
From the standp oint of finance the 
expense entailed "by the appointment 
of one or two additionar general su- 
perintendents would be repaid a hun- 
dredfold. ^ ^ ^^ ^ .^ 
The Rev. <1. .1. Bond, of River John. 
X s.. declared himself in favor of 
the committee's report; Supervision 
and co-ordination were needed in th<' 
church. The creation of three general 
superintendents would mean thre..- 
great tituliir powers in the < hvirch 
who in their office would bind .Meth- 
odists together from the Atlantic -lo 
the Pacific. 

* Opposes Proposal. 
The Rev. Dr. ^t. N- Wurna of i"i- 
onto, said he considered that prevnjus 
speakers were exaggerating the tntH'- 
ence which would be exercised It 
there w;ere three general superlnton- 
di?nt8 The conference would be mak- 
ing an unwis.j nTove in votlng.for the 
uadition unless there was an increase 
In -the scope and powtJr of the getierul 
superlutendency. The preHe:vt hoards 
and Bcneral. officialdom of the.chuich 
were solving the problems which 
arose. Unless greatly im:reased power 
were given to the general superinten- 
dency no good resuua would tol ow a., 
increase to its personnel, In the 
West there w,ere sutficient splendid 
superlniendenta wh'o wer« doing, good 
work for the Church. . ^ 

Paying a high tribute to; the ma»?- 
aer In which Dr. A. Carulan ^had 
filled the office, the Rev; Dr. E. ^ii. 
Kyckman of Kingston, said .that one 
general superintendent was all that 
the present policy of the Church le- 
tiuired. The tJtneral SJupcrlnleridciit 
In his ophnJon had done all the wortc 
which the Chiireh had mapped out 
for him. Whatever districts he had 
visited, and. he had gone wherever he 
possibly could, he had broughtu^ft? 
s^ration to their counsels. . 

TJie JBev. .Dr. A. Stewart of "Wesley 
( ^.llegc^wYnmpeg, deait--Tfiowt«sty-<#H 
the growth of the West and th(i need., 
of aiT enlarged supervl.sion in O^hurch 
affairs. Dwelling on' the prospective 
growth of the country he pomted out 
that the last great west was unknown 
to the Canadian people. In llie Ma_«> 
kenzle Ulver district, ho- said there 
was as much ■ land suitable ' for the 
cultivatlo:i ot crops as In, the area 
which lay between the (Ireat Dakes 
and the Koeky Mountains. The presr 
enl general superintendent of th,e 
Church had been as efficient In the 
discharge of his, duties as any other 
man who could possibly have bej-n 
chosen. But bow many times had he 
attended conferences held In bhe 
West? To the best of the speakers . 
recollection "thefc had beep confer-, I 
ence after conference at which the , 
general superintendent had not been , 
present H(i considered that the du- i 
ties of thfe office were too g:reat for 
one man. Three should be appointed 



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j.onnd. blir well. L.et tioii .^en mu. v remain. 

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S Phoneys (The, Uarpiin Centre 561 Johnscm Street 




.^ You Never Saw 
Js Saw 



a whole, lot' nioie meal than a 
cuFtonicr wants .lust to -make 
nales. We dont have to. W(j 
.make sales, and .steady customers 
loo by giving people just exactly 
wliat they want of the choicest 
iiiealu we can get. And bo good 
:,re our meals tl»at we notice peo- 
,iie alwaya order a larger quan- 
tity the second time. Try it. tjeo 
our window's for prices. 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 YAT^S 8T 

PHONE 514 




^^UFILLIT' FILLS A LONG 
FELT WANT. 

Yoti a-^ aJou-^^ housewife, doubtless .liav£jil.tle time to 

ke ua..ftn^^ic»i use this latest En^li^h achievement, 

f -_«4^i^l|^4W a XTTTTCty-^fappetizing, sweet and savory dishes,. 

TRY "UFlttiT" AS AN OYSTER PJ^TE OR A JAM 

XAR-T— BOTH DELICIOUS , 

Procura-ble her? onlv. Conic in and get 1; Rrai^I^KMrH- 
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package. ' ■ ' ' ■ . ' ■ ■ ■■ 

The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

■,002 Government Street Tels. 88 and 1761 



i:.t- 



For prospectus apply the secretary. 



Queen's Academy 

3715 Jtook Bay Av»nn>>. 
^^ f^ny .wrtirio! for Kirl?« of all agPB.' 

Re-Cpens Thursday, 
September 1 



[PPERCANADAJCOLLEGE 

TORONTO L^t J'O"'^^^ ' *2^ 



roiTTY-rousTH re a** — 
Wylceham Hall, 

o 




CANADA'S OLDEST RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL 



Canmoa (or TnJverwty, Royal M t»rv 

Collfgf. fir 
Senior and Pret>«ratnry 3rhool» in »D«raif 
,,,,,,.„ tiuilJiupi IJvrry inixl»m rqiiip""'""- 

H. W. AUDEN. M.A. (Camhriii*), Principal 



Aul»»» Term bezins cni Tuesday. Srptctiv 

Ex.m7pJlion. f-r Rr,tranV^Schol«r,hip« 
Saturday, S«-r't'-mbfr 17th. 



?<;i'» 



»tratl|ait , ^^,,^,„„., ,„^ 

jyrltOUl DaySchoolFwGlrls. 

F'lU Malriculation Cour:-' as wrll as 
elementary work, HDomeslic Arts, Music 
and Painting. Ccnlrdlly sltuatedj' yet with 
larpe grounds. Lawns for Tenni.'; and 
otiier Ramcs.' Skating Rink and good 
Cylnna^iurn. For Calendar apply to 7 

"School rs-opeiiB Soptembar t3th, T>ir) 
»t 10 a. m.. 



Stead of dragjrlng down; by a noon 
hour with music tind pictures and en- 
tertalntnK talk.'^ -j: — *— 



"and the pferogailvea of tbe oKlce 

^'tIic Rev Dr. \V. H. Heartz of Am- 
herst N. S., said the contention of 
thjE! \v«8t*'rn delegates for a general 
superlutendency was a correct one. 
There were also district features In 
the east which called for the uppolnt- 
motH of a, general superintendent. 
Such an appointment there would be 
of considerable value to the church 
in the greiU educational movement 
now In progress at Mount AIUboti Un- 
iversity. ■ , , , _ 

Judge S. A. Chealey of l^unenburfih- 
N S. skid that the division of the 
superlotendcnry woujd divide the 
prestige of, the ofXice., Thp pr.,>po.suI 
was similar to asking Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier to divide his premiership. 

The Rev. W. H. Enisley of- Napanee 
i-iippnrtud.the com.mlttee'd recommen- 
dation. He had knowledge of condl- 
tlona in the West, he stated, aH<l know 
that sui>ervlalon in the work of the 
church was needed. 

Would divide Nlsthodism. 
The contention was put forward by 
the Hev. Dr. J. S. "Williamson of M- 
asara Kalis that the prtiposed divi- 
sion would have the elfect of divid- 
ing Instead of uniting Metlipdism. If 
the proposal were adopted it would 
mean the puttinR In "f the Wedgo 
wliich would lead. ti> disruption 




'* '**~***'^" 'V \^ ^ "la verfe. In ' S«lpct Repertoire. 

3 NiaWs, Commeacmg August i^m 

Presenting, Q«orBe Ade ,« <; l-ver Comedy 

"FATHER AND THE BOYS" 

' Uoro«nl..-.l,,o he, oo- ..f .ho greatest ....,„-,• ; -^r ^^^itt.n. 

1. .f Driim^iOC I'eople. — 12. 

CarrvlMjf sp.-clal scenery arid electrical 
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of the physical well bblng 0t_the m- 
dividual as a national asset. That 
thought iB embodied In the report of 
(me of your Hccrolaries as the end to- 
ward whjch the .Vssdclatlon Is ^vo^k- 
ing in' its physical departments: 
■VVbtl'^ tbp value of physical well- 
b(M' inphnsiz,ed, care should be 

tal^■ • |iri-.i(>nt It as only a means 

j ;,, ,ui • ri'i lip- end, racial or national 
:i..,,iii, iiMiiphm: mental, smi.idnt.'ss 
■ I ! 11,1 1 ■, :i,, ! .1 ' ■ aiul i)olse.'. It 

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jv^ii. II |iii,s.sitai training i;an he shown 
I'!., hr. adaptable to tlic Cccuiiation .so 
■> ■■ V u-k may beconif joy and physl- 
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, because the laws of real „and rccu- 
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1 in iln> stress and strain of the mod 
j I r n world to consorv 

k<'f\i physical fithcs'^ ' 'i '''•'• 

easy conditions' of iiv 

drcdfold more dffflculi n. ;. li^l. 

tions undfr which thousand.^ of worft- 
cn and girls live in industrial centres. 
'I'hp work that the AssocUUion is do- 
ing in this lino by Its gymnasiums, Its 
classes and lectures" on hygiene. Its 
Instructions as to proiier conditions 
nf living, -U.« oiMiortunitics for dlver- 
,oliin and rr>rrf'Mt inn, is a national s'-r- 
vicf.- 

Wliilc niU''-iJ tliHt 16 .'-anl In tlic fore- 



Winding up the discussion Mr. Jus- 
tice Macl>arcn of toroiito, said that 



WEEK AUG 
lEONABD. LOUIE and OrLLETTE 

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BOB riTZSIMMOWS VS. BILL LANO 

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Is th« coming champion and win ■nhi;> 

.Johnson. 

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It was unfrnrtnwac for the ch urch 
that there was more prohllritlon than 
duty asslgneil to the .general superin- 
tenilency. There seemed a prc.ludlco 
again.st having power to , the ^office. 
Hinco the I'nion or -the Church III 
1884 its machinery had urown largely. 
While the church hail ,doul)led In 
strength, the duties of the general 
su'perintoDd'iil lia<I 
fold. 111 
an incria: ^ 
grnnral supcrinlci 

Tlie .■.iTlimitte' 
11 at II ceneral 

„]i,i,,m 1,, ,. |i|.(iintc-<l "a.s defeated !■,'■ 
(4 large major' •; Itev. Dr. .Vm 

ellff-a 'moll ' -is then pui , 

and carri. ' tho opcjiiuK , 

,.iroRrapli. - . ' . ' the general , 

stn'Ugth and Hnp,erlntendpn<'y committee has been 

, , .,!,., : wnl hark for redrafting In view ol the | 

, liiMi tnkotJ'by the conference.- In the 1 1 
leport the scov>e of Jurisdiction out- % 
Ifiied was consoqucnt on three gencial ' 
aupfirlntendents beinff ai>polnted. 

The report of tlie committee (ui I 
Church Union, which recommend.^ the I 
continuation of negollations loo!<lny:{ 
to the amalgamation of ,Me(hodist.s. , 
I'rpsbytcrians and Congrega tionallsts 
■„ in lie eMUi'idr'reil on ThnrHilay, and 
Ciuuiniicil .111 I'agt 



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Stanford 
.Vol.son ." 
Sweeney 



1!» 
5 

8 

5 
2 



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TODAY'S GAMES 



Saanlch— Second Inning-.^ 
Rail h, Smith. ." 



♦ Vancouver vs. Portland at •■♦ 

♦ University school. "* 
••• Garrison V8. Kootenay at ♦- 
-»■ Work Point. ♦ 
■*■ Victoria vs., Burrard (Van- ♦. 
-♦- couver) at Jubilee hospltnl -♦ 

♦ grounds. ♦ 
■♦- Albion, vs. Saanich -n-i ♦ 
-♦■ Strawbetry* Vale at Beacon -•■ 
-^ Hill. , ■*■ 



Hinch b, Draper 

Keigliley c. Colllnson b, Smith. H 

jlammond o. Kollick b, Pettley 15 

Thomas e, Robins b, Pettley 5 

.McNamara cTtCpllick b, Snee 2 

Nicholson c, Bullen b, Snee 1 

Slnplalr r, Sinclair b, Snee 

Wamlcker 1. t?. w,- Fettley 20 

Little h. Pettley ^ 

Gopel not out 3 

E.Ntras 11 



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♦ ♦-♦■♦-•- 



-♦ ♦ ♦ 



-♦--•-•♦• ■♦- ♦ 



: RESULTS CRICKET 

GAMES YESTERDAY 



.♦♦-♦.♦•■♦•■«-♦♦•♦-■♦■-♦--♦■■♦■■♦■-♦■,-♦■•♦ 

C. Coates^br- iaucas 28 

L. S. V. York, not out 149 

J. W. D. York, c. Baker;' b. 

Caoneron 35 

A.F. R. Martin, b. W. T*atullo ... 

J. C. Barnacle,^ run out 20 

T. Galliher, b. Camerdn 3 

Thomas, not out 07 



Another Century 

Another (•ontur>', wn.s added to the 
tournament's record in the Vancouver- 
Nanalmo match, the player thu.s dis- 
tinguishing himself being J. F. Mor- 
rly, of the Terminal City, whrf secured 
y7, not out, In his team's first Innings.. 
F. J. Pears put up a useful slitty for 
the same team. His end came in an 
unsntlsfartory manner! he being run 
out when at the top of.hls form and; 

. ♦-♦.♦^♦* ♦-♦-♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 



Portland's Victory 

Portland batted flnst in thoir match 
Willi the Clarrison. They made 133. 
W. O. Smith played a good innings of 
•11, maUing some fine, hits. Six other 
players got Into the -double figures. 
The Garrison batsmen could do nothing 
with the bowling of Bailey and Cop- 
plnger and were all out for 43. Fol- 
Idwnif on they fared Just as badly and 
were all out for 56. Fenwlck was suc- 
cessful with the ball In the second in- 
nlng.s. The flclding of Portland in,, the 
llrst Innings was splendt4t. 

The 8CDr<'8 follow: 

Portland, 1st Innings 
A. Blrrld^e. c Robertson, b As- 
key • . . - , . . . . .^,,.. U 

R. Bailey, ta Askey ,...*,j^i.' 10 

a. G. ( "hurchly, b Gooch -T.. 14 



W. G. Smith, b A8key~~:7^T7 41 

■M. Copplnger, c and b Pooley 11 

i E. Fenwlck, b Steven* . 13 



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F. Banham, b Stevens . 

G, Shipley, b Askey .... 

A. Mackenzie, l.b.W.. b Askey 

C. CumniingP, not out 

J., Mullett ul^; , 

■.Extra-. , 



♦ At Jubilee hospital grounds: -* 

♦ Victoria beat Seattle, 439 to ■* 
-♦• 113 on first Innings. . -< 

♦ At Beacon HIU:, Burrard -< 

♦ (Vancouver) beat Strawberry -^ 
■*■ Vale .ayl Saanicti;. 19« t0 22, tm -< 
-» first innings. ■ <- ' ■< 
-♦• At University school: Van- * 
-*■ .co.uvor beat Kanaimo 280 to 53 * 

♦ ■ on first innings. 
■♦ At Work Point: Portland ' ■< 
-*■ beat Garrison, 143 to 431! on first < 
♦■ innings. " 

"jt'"~"~~ . " . • ' < 

♦ .♦•>■,-♦•.♦•♦ ♦ ♦"'♦- ♦•♦-♦-♦♦ ♦ ♦ ( 

The same teamscdsmci through yes- 
terday's ga.mes' in the international 
cricket' tournament successfully as 
were victorious on Monday. In Di- 
vision "A" \'ancouver and Portland are 
the elevens which are shaping U|> for 
a struggle for the championship while 
"In Division "B" th« N'ictoria and Bur- 
rard cricketers are outclassing their 
rivals. Though all were given gOod 
games they managed to leave the field 
with a considerable margin in their 
favor in each instance and the enthusi- 
asts are looking forward to their meet- 
ing. In fact the games of today are 
expected to develop some exceptionally 
fine play. In the flrst division there 
will be a clash between Vancouver and 
Portland at the University school and 
in the second division the Victoria and 
Burrard elevens, two acknowledged to be 
among the strongest participating, will 
engage In argument at the jubilee 
hospital pitch. 

Victoria vs. Seattle 
In the game between Seattle anri 
A'ictoria yesterday thoKe watching saw 
some splendid cricket. The fortune Of 
winning the toss tempted C'apt. Pa- 
tuUo to take the bat with V. McKillop. 
With his usual good nature the cap- 
tain took kindly to« the bowling and 
(lulckly scored tw'eiity-flve. His partner 
McKlliop played through the entire in- 
nings for a faultless forty-two being 
bowled for the tenth wicket. Parsoii 
Hilton was the only other double figure 
scorer. 

After lunelieon \'ictoria .«tartcd on 
what proved to be another batting ma- 
tinee. Lowery, the first wleket down, 
scored ten four.s in his delightful . In- 
nings of sixty-one. T. P. Tye was play- 
ing well when hjs jjrallantry gave wn\ 
to judgment and ho was run 
Coates, In bis iirli.'^lii- f.THhion. dr- 
ed the s. 
.and theii ' 

brothers, began i' > lie .•ieoi 

was taken from ,]ti ' — • ore .T. ^\ 
D. York made his vxiL lor a well i)lay- 
ed thirty-five. Through , It all ' tin 
l)lucky Scattleites never lot up^,ln-4he 
excellence of their attaclc— -,. , 

:Clr. .1. C^. Biirnarle adib ■•'• 

and Thomas a hard 
chiding 1> fours and 
score |)ast the 300 
,mark. All the time . . 

excellant of the Pacific Toast, Captain 
I>. S. V. York wa.s (rivini:^ his master- 
ly exhibition of battinir ll!» not out. In- 
cludintr ' "" ' 

sembl ' 

played u g:ime ^'o .m: r.o-n-. i- iiiMt cvi'ii 
a novice ■would have cnjr.\ci| the game. 



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CAPT. L. S. V. YORK 

One 01 the Mo.^i Valuable oi A i^i'-ii^L J'canfs I'lay.crs, 
Good Bat and Excellent Bowler 



Being 



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.-*«»•«*•«•** 



l-ixtrtis 



ZJ. 



hit 0, 

1 sir;. I'ii iMM lici' 

an<l. then tlie 400 

the cricketer, par 



• Total for 8 wickets— 439 
Howling Analysis 

o. M. r; w 

!'. "f^ntrrpron ... 32 4 116 2 

13 2 44 1 

.... 12 63 

\N, I'atMiiu ,.;;;,..■...... 22 .o^ 8»-2. 

\y. I lakcr ■.'/... ;•...,-... .,. lis .0 80-1- 
AV. WJlUajns -,_.,... .. .;, 2 0*15.0 

A Bowlers' Battle. 

iii:ird — Straw'lierrx 

.-i.i.uiH :i rnMtch was a bowlii.- ..;:.;. 

throughout. Seven Of .the l^urrard team 

were clean bowled. Twynhani fiecurfjd 

: fivet of' the HMburbanltes' wickets for 

eight runs'iin.l Davies five foi- ten iii 

I the Itrst innings. In the S. & S. second 

innings P.ttl<v tnolc frtur wickets for 

rmis, 1 li... (Ictaili'd scores follow: 

i'.iiM.ird - l'"irnt Innings. 
Twynhani c, 'i'homas b, .McNamara. .17 



.•ipparently, well on th<'r')ad to the one 
hundred mark. J. w uiirh, with 17, 
not out, was— top si r ■ the. Coal 

f Ml \- I'l.-veri. 

I ores follow: 

Nanalmo, 1st Ir>nlrigs 
('. 1 larencc. I.b.w., b Peers ........ 



1 'ir^t 



,M' 



!<;:■■ 
I.. <; I'.it ., 

w . W, T) ■ ' i 

W. Hai<cr, , o. i ,,11 II. !■ 
\V. P. Cameron, b. B;i 

E. E. Riley, b. W. Y'oi 
T. A. Hilton, run out 
W. Patullo, b. 
W. Williams, 
.1. G. Dickson. 

F. 'f. Lucas, ' 

Kxf i-ns . . 



McNamara. 

r:\ 



1p. iVIi.Namar.'L. 



b. 



York 

l!arii;o 



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(Jalliher . . 
T.. York . . . 
W. Xatii. ■ 
Harbacle 



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18 2 

ifr.i •^ 

1 1 I 

;i -I 



2 it 
45 
13 

20 



Victoria— First TiSffTnga 



i". H. "yy^, run ouo 

A T. liowry, b. W^Patuli' 

R. N\ Hebden, c. "VVillamff, b. ija:tc.i 



i;i 



Smith i>, Tliotnn 
Pollen b. .\Te.\ani 
Uobins b, Tliomii.-i. . 
K'eillok <'.,' TJioniaB I) 
! 'olllnson b. McN'mh 
i>raper b, 'I'honi: 

navies not ..nt 

; lefthurn c, 'I'lionias 

I ''.djjt-y ,_b,. iMeNarn^ira 

.-nep It, McTCamara. . : 

i ;xtras r. V 

■|-..fl! , ; . . ■ 

Saanich— Fir' i; 

.. ,. ., Ji. on b, Dhvies 

Kelghley b, Twynham 

Hammond b, Twynham 

I'homas 0, DrAper b, Twynham 
MeKannira c. Robins b. Davies. 

(Jopel b, Davie 

Hirich b, Davie." 

Little b. Twynhani 

Mf^rntcker 1, b. w, Davlfs..... 
SliRdaIr c, Davies b, Twynbam., 

PiiIl\not out*. , ,. 

ICxtr;' ^ : 



5 
. 4 
.31 

.20 

.irt 



.13*1 
, . 

. . 



F. Jebson. o Morris, b Peers 
IT. Jebson, b CroBstleld ....... 

R,-llliaj3nia-rcl), st Peel, b Peers 

C. Illlng.wurtli, b Crossfield .. a 

}\V. AVaugh, b Peers ...;.♦,.;,.,.. 6 

I I.. Sh,f>phfTrf. V« P>-ers ^^.i ,'."»-.'.. ., ' 1 

I WaUKli. : .".".■..T.T.". 1-7 

( ;. Arn:stron„. : ; ossfle.ld „ . . '0 

K.' A. Selfi\ b Morris .-,TrT»« 8 

Kxtras .^ ....... . 4 



Total,, , ,..:...,. 53 

^MrJinr Analysis 

O. M. R. W. 

prossfleld 12 4 15 3 

Peers ...12 1 ;M ' 

Morris • ■ ■ —3 — l 

X'iui. ' tigs 

c. .\, I.. I'.i . .I-. ' .-,iii.. 1. iUlng- 

\. ori h .I 

! ' ■ ^! . • •■■ •■, not out , 117 

■ !i HindmHrch 

run out, (>0 

F. Jebson, li Shepherd 

■ i |i. ; I . u(U.|/t <• \rniu( i-ong, b 

.'~;bei)herd 

•; ■ <^^ . ..1: '. I . .]: \ ' • '' i 

. H. .Tell 

J . ■ . .;.,,..(. Selfe. 1. : ! ,1' --. 

E. WInearls, run out 

p. N. .Sliinford. run out, i 

' •■.■•■•^ ?* 



Total 133 

Qowitogr Analysis 

a M. R. ,W. 
Askey ., .... .,.. 19 6 27 5 

W. P. Oooch 13 2 88. 

H. Stevens 14.2 3 , 39 

H. Popley . . .... t :■— 3,3 

Garrison, 1st innings, 
Corp. Stevens, c G»>wrttiny, b C<;>P'^ 
pinger . . . . .s . . i . .^f.* 4 ...... * .■>. . ■ ■ ■ 

Thomais, b Copplni?> ............ 

R. H. Pooley, b CMpplnsrer ,..',.... . 

Itoberson, c Cbi»lfry,.,b CotVlnger 
Asttey, b Bailey ..'jyiti, .*..*.... .. 

McDonald. I.b.w.,. loeeplHniier » . , . 
Hawtrey, b Bailey. ...... . * i^ . .... 

Wyndham, b Cop^ncer r. ; v 

Gooch, b Bailey J.^jilw, — 

Gale, not out . . . i . 4 . *. 

Cross, b Bailey 

Bxtras — - 

Total '.. 43 

Bowling Analysis ' 

b. M. B. W. 

Copplng»jr 15^ 6 80 <> 

Bailey.. .... ... 14.+ 9 U 4 

Garrison. 2nd Innings 

Corp. Stevens; b Fenwlck 19 

Br. Gale, c Copplnger, b Fenwlek 
G.M.S. Askey, c B«rrl4«:0>r b Mu*^: ■ 

liett ■....-._. . . 1 4 . . • .'i • ■ • 8 

Br. Cross, c Copplnger, b. Fenwlek 1 

Col. Sgt. Roberson, run out ". 14 

R. H. Pooley, b Fenwlck . , 

H. B. Thomas, b Fei\wlck , . . ; S 

Q.M^. MacDonald, cSnilth.b Fen- ■ 

wick — .'. ' 3 

Corp! W'yndham,' c Mackeogle, b 

Mullett 6 

Hawtrey. c Copplng^jr. Jj Muil?tf . . -0 

W. P. Gooch, not out »..»'.... 

Extras v ^ 3 

Total 56 

Bowling Analysts 

^ O, M. R. W. 

Fenwlck 10 2 22 6 

Copplnger .. ..". . .♦.'—' 10 

Mullett «8 — 21 3 

baseballTresults ^ 



Northwestern 

, R. H. B. 

Vancouver 9 11 2 

Tacoma ..;... ..... 2 5 2 

Batteries; Erlckson and Sudden; 
McCamment and Blankenshlp. , 

R. H. E. 

Spokane /..'J . '> «. 1 

Seattle ............ ....I r 3 1 

Batteries: Killllay and Shea; Joss 
and I.,ebrand. 

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Coast 

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Sftcrftttieih^o *! . -8 -0 

Vembn . . ..• It ^ ^ ^ 

Oakland 1 B 

Loi Angeles • ••'••• IT 3 



-that just before this adventure he liad^ 
had the sight of one. eye serlou.sly 
damaged Uy the explosion or.un in- 
candescent globe at WInnipei,'. Noth- 
ing daunted. Carl Grey vonUired on 
the ascent.- But the forest proved too 
much for him, and If the hunters after 
several hours searching, had n.)t res- 
cued him, Canada in aU probabinty 
would have lis: her a^jvoincr-General. 
Only last year he narrowly escaped 
death under soniewhat s.-nilar eircum- 
stanc«rs. He was on ,a .shoot ln:j-e>- 
pedltloh In the woods near Jervls Inlet 
with dnlv a dog for euinpany. Dark- 
ness caught him almjst unawares, 
kavlhg him to figh: as be.st he •^crjuld 
a treacherous pa*^!' h.>mewurd.~ After 
penetrating some distance he realized 
!that he had lost his way. and turned 
to what he thought was the right di- 
.rectlon. Being pitch darknpss, he lit- 
erally clambered over fallen trees, 
struggled through thick undergcowMi, 
and literally slid ..down rocks. Oncfl 
he came to the edge of a pireclplcc over 
which, had not his alpenstock' slipped 
and clattered at some oOnslderabledls 
tance Ijelowt he wooild have fallen. 
Finally, 'hungry and e:{huusted. he 
laaned aJsUnst what he thiSught was a 
log, but proved tq. b# a .Khadoliv, and 
tumbled into some thkk l^iishcs. where: 
he remalrtftd until daylight, when ■ .1 ' 
search' party- aiscov*"lte(l hlin^VVlnnl « 
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The Dart, S8.50 to |6.75 

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Victoria Players Keeoly' Inter- 
ested in Series for Local 
Championship— Of flcl a I 
Draw for Today 



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Interest in the annual Victoria Cro- 
quet tournament la being maintained. 
In practically every instance * the 
scheduled matches took place yester- 
day and there were some dose coii- 
tests. '■ ' 

The complete results follow: 

Open Singles. 
Mr. Can* won from Mr. Coles. 
Mr. Kirk won from Mr. Lindsay. , 
Mrs. Barnard wop from Mr. Wallich. 

Ladies Singles (Handicap.) 
MIsR Butchart won from. Miss B. 
Galletley. , , . _ . 

Mrs. Carr won from Mrsi. Graham e. 
Mrs. Barnard won from Mrs. Audaln. 
\Ml88 Dunsmutr ' won from Mrs. C. 
Todd. • . 

Mrs. MskTtin won from-'Mfs. lAixton. 
. Mrs. Wasson won from' Mrfl. Kitk. 

Mrs.. H. Pooley won from Mrs. Cook- 
son. - •■'•' '■-''' ■•' ; -■ ■""'■"■ . " ■ ' 

Mrs. -H. aillesple and Mrs. Gallftley 
match unfinished. 

Open .Doubles (Mixed.) 

l/tta. Bowker and Mr. Bowker won 
from Mrs. "Galletley and Mr. Walllch. 

M;-8. t'arr and ,Mr. Carr won frotn 
Mrs. Audain and Mr. Lindsay. 

"The draw for today XoUows: 
10 o'clock. 

Court iffoi 1 — Mrs. H. QlUespl© and 

Mr. Scott !\*. Mrs. Luxton and Mr. 
Matterson. i-r ■-•""•,■'' ■■''■■" ■ 

Court No. Z-— Mraf. Holland VB. Mrs; 

A. Gillespie. » ' 

Mr. Kirk's I..awn-— Mrs. Carr vs. Mr?,, 

Audaln. ^— # 
12 o'clock. 

Court ffO. iT-Mra. Martin and .Mr. 
D. Arcy M«l!tln>B. >Ils8 Glapha^^and 
Mr. eole«.. 'V ....■• -., ■•■■*■■.. 

Court No; Z^*— Mrs. Wasson and Mr. 
Dumsmulr'vs. Mrs. if irk and Mr. Kirk. 
. • 2 o*Clock, ' * ~ 

dbtirt-^Ndii 1^ — Mrs. Barnarii and Mrs. 
Kirk vs. jftfrs. Tf. Gillespie arid MlsB 
Clapham. * 

Court No. 2— Mr. Bodwell • v«. Mr.' 
D'Arcy Martin. ' 

.,: C6urt No. 3— Mr n Pooley imdi 
MJas Dunairiulr \ ' . Todd iind 

Mrs. A. Gillespie, 

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experiences while on hunting expedi- 
tions In P.rltlsh Columbia ^ forests. 
Once he was caught In a blizzard, ac- 
rnrnTmTTtrd-wlth landslides and had the 
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vs. Mrs. Martin. 

■ 4 o'clock. 

Con-' '■•'" I Mr,'; ('nn 
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Court No. ;; — Mr. Bdvvker and .M 
D' .Arcy Martlnn-p. Mr. Coles nnd M 
Walllcl'i. 

•Mr. Bo IV 1 1' 'I : 

Mr. KlrK v.is, .Mr. r .Mr , 

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FOOTBALL 



BOXING 



CRICKET TOURNEY BASEBALL 





I 

CHANGED PLANS 



Nee;ro Champioii's Failufe to, 
Keep His Word on Several 
Occasions Has' Made Na- 
tional Club Antagonistic 



NEW YORK, Aug. J3.— Jiick John- 
son made, a sudUc'ii ohungc in lus 
ijliuis fi'giu-dini,' a Eurupoiiu journey. 
'I'he tall Kthioplan hud urraiiKOd to 
make a loiu- of the big (.-ities ot Europe 
and guUier in a million shekels I'roin 
the delighted citizens. J- Arthur had 
it all figiu-od out that the people of 
Europe woulti ^ be so' dazed by the 
presence of the man who beat Jeff that 
they would entity their money into 
his dough bag l)y tlie bushel. He told 
ills friends here tliat he would sail on, 
August 9, and prepamiHons had been 1 
made to oil tb*) ocean so that the j 
chami)Jon would have a smooth trip. I 
But suddenly Mr. Johnsing changed j 
his mind. He will not go to Europe. 
>it will stay riglit here in the Utile old 
rnited States s-und get his chicken 
money In vaudeville. He didn t like 
tiie idea of being bothered counting 
su much foreign money, ahj way. 

But in all his talk Ll'l Artha care- 
fully avoid.s glviiv^'tlie real reason tor 
his failure to go to Europe. 'I'he ihiUy 
aitltutlc of the N.a.tional Sporting tMub 
of London is the reason that Johnson 
will stay in America. Tlie'm*-'" ■^^'^"' 
c.'udurt th.il : • u-e the wealthiest, 
moHi poweriii .li i influential . In JChg- 
Icuul. and they have long -memories. 
They have not forgotten Johnson's un- 
grateful action :!i r-pudiating the. 
articles he- Ki.tii> ^i i ". a 
Eangford iv' .ii.ir, club. The c 
■ meml»Ts w . ic magnanimous and post- 
pom I 111' lualch In. order to .p.ermlt 
joiu.yi>ii to s:" to Australia and whip 
Tommy Burn:-, l.u! tli.- ;,i..stiJonement 
was grantee.! i.nly uitir Johnson had 
signed au ;it:rpeznent to, return '.Lon- 
don, win or Jose with Burns; an.j l<eei) 
his engagement with the club and 
Langford. After beating Burns John- 
son headed strttl^ht tor America, with- 
out as much as sending a po.stciir.d to 
London. '' 

^Vhen Johnscn had . comi^Ut-a all 
],reparatfohs to go abroad it was sug- 
gested that possibly he might encoun- 
ter a I )ii!l in London. The real atti- 
tude of the National Sporting Club 
alt!.> WHS made plain to him, as was 
the fact that the organization exerted 
a wide iniluenc«. in England.. It was 
then tlia; .T..'ivi!:.'n decidccTTtT"" T'-msiIn 
at home 



'Ooviplfd with Johnoon'a .ungrateful 
treatmout of Sam Fltzjitttrlck and h!B 
constant efforts to wrl«glc out of the 
payment of just obligationB, the black 
fellow pra/nises to become the mont 
unpopular champion personally in the 
history of pugilism. 

Johnson's treatment of l^ltxpatrlo-k 
was disgraceful. At the time that the 
uuinager took the boxer in hand, 
J( hnijoii hardly knew where his next 
meal was c<;>mlng from. lie was a 
roustabout, but in a few months Eitz- 
piitrlek. with his managerlsU skill, had 
lirought Juhnstin into the limeligiit 
and eventuiilly plaist^d him in a posi- 
tion wliere he \fa_s able to fight for 
ih( championship. 

.\s soon as Johnson hail beaten 
Vnirns. and gof the' largest bundle of 
uiouey he ever had in his life, he le- 
pudiated his contract with Eitzpafrick, 
and went it alone. 

if ever a man was entitled to the 
financUil fruits of pugilistic success, 
I'^ilzpatrlcU was. 

.In vie^v of all these discreditable 
performi^aiees by Johnson, there ivlU 
be a general desire to see some new 
contender for thu title humble the 
negro In the dust. 






Twenty-five Rugby Players o 
California Return After Eti' 
joyable Tour "of Austra" 
and New Zealand . 



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FINE FISHING AT 



Twonty-live lui^ikv fallfornians, 
tresh from a tour of .Austfalia and 
New Zealand, In tlie- coursi- oi' s 
tliey have been intrutlurfd (o «omo 
pretty . stiff rugby, arrived \)\ tlic 
steiimfir Zealandla yesterday afternoon. 
They hot footed it from the Austral- 
ian linc'i- to till' sieanier I''rincoss 
t.'harlotte, ie being 
roach tlieir sunny 
possible 



TheiK a IV ja.>jt two .W) hitters in 
the Eastern league, uceurdlng tp un- 
official averages, Jack Slaltery of the 
Torontos leading wilti .311 JUul Goode 
of Baltimore tlie other with .HIO. The 
reast of the Leafs are batting as fol- 
lows: D'Hura, cf. .liUT; Shaw, rf, .'iHti; 
Delehanty, If. .263; Kelley,^ If, 
.Mullen, ,2bi- .2r.6; . Vandergrlfl, e, 
Kndoljihi ' p, .IS"; ■ Core.s', p, 
.Mueller, p, .■.':;!; Tonnemsin, c, 
.Vlcltonald, ;ili, .llir,; Newton, p, 
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Larry Doyle picked out one of 
I'feister's straight ones and. slammed 
It past the pltchttr'so fa.st ; he had nf) 
limo to reach for It. ^Vlth the <iuick- 
iL^sa of thought both Tinker and l<:yerH 
I ! [■.veiled like a str<'ak Justl to tlie loft 
t)f sfcond base. As Tinker reacheil 
down -to- Ul4=»ek the sjiherb It took a 
Ijas'y bound rlglit at his' face. Bit; 
g.oved hand ij^Iiot up suddenly and 
"""i blocked the hall. Before it could drop 
hlch I t(j the ground ' Evers grabbed it with 
his spare hand, and with onc^ motion 
touched second, forcing Snodgraps, and 
threw like a rifl« bullet to fhanre in 
time to head off Doyl- 




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)rs Will Assemble 
at ' Up Island Community 
for High Revel This Week— • 
Programme of Sports 





Tyee, Cohoe and Spring 'Sal- 
mon Caught in Large Num- 
bers at Popular Island Re- 
sort — Some Records 



The steamer Cowichan of the Union 
hiatch with ' ''^^'^a'Tiship topipany whlcTi" arrived 
ul> last night from up , coast points 
brought word of 8i)lendid sport with 
the tyee salmon at (.'ampbell river. 
The fishing Is the best for years, and 
rod wielders from widely scattered 
points sire staying at the hotel. Mr. 
Clayton Leonard of Auincouver from 
Aug. 10 to Aug. 13 caught seven ty- 
oea and seven springs, the largest 
tvee weighing ^>lVi lbs. and the small- 
est 3,8 lbs. Mi Owen •', Bragg, of 
EngUmd, in !.n l.i - 1 ught seven 
tvers and six springs and 51 smaller 
springs and cohoes. .^. Ilia - largest 
tyee was 57 »^ lbs. and the smallest 
.15 lbs. >Ir. L. Horn, another Eag- 
lish visitor, from July 27 to Aug. 13 
caught nine tyees. 11 springs and 4* 
echoes, a total weight of 1.023 lbs. It 
is believed that thi? fishing will bo 
good until the beginning of Septem-. 
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their desire to I 
home at tiie earliest 
moment. Their return. It 
is announced by the San Era-Hcl.scii 
press, will be signalized by the re- 
vival of tile grand old game, or rather 
the inauguration of a new era In the 
sport in that state. 

When tho Caiifornlan.w left they 
did not expect to win all their games. 
Thev knew that in the Antipodes were 
seme of the l!ne«t rugby aggrega- 
tions In existence. Their' object was 
to ol)taln experience, to learn some- 
thing of the pastime which pnmilsea 
to replace American football through- 
out the United States; to ascertain, 
iiy pitting themselves against tlie 
brawn and skill of the Commonwealth 
just where they were weak. They 
claim to huve been taught the ma- 
jorltv of the wrinkles in the fourteen 
matches In which they participated 
of which they won three, drew two, 
and in.-^t nine. 

Inte.rviewed yesterday the manager 
of the touring team while he djdn't 
have much time to spare found the 
anlnute necessary to state that the 
partv was charmed with their recep- 
tion in Australia and the treatment 
received wherever they stopped. lie 
said they were accorded the best that 
was going, and that In spito of the 
fact that the most of their' games 
were reverses they had hugely en- 
jcved the outing and considered It a 
mart-ked success from every stand- 
point. . Thev tsould return to college 1 ■> 
and wduld teach their fellow athletes 
"amc as It was played In the 
^VC . ' They fwoiild look forward 

.1. visit f)f a representative British ( 
Columbia fifteen in the fall with 
keen interest. The latter would And 
he thougnt the Calif ornlans a differ- 
ent proposition than In the past 
couple of years. 





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\ ill 1 ili.- |>l.o'i' .it. Dun- 
i!i ;n.^! m'.\t .Saturday. 
■ ..'. •■ \ i> loria at 9 a. m. 
.ind 



I'riundu In Wionlpi.^ have recoived 
word from Alfred Shrubb that the 
little English runner will shortly moyo 
from Toronto and take ■ "P his resi- 
dence in this city. When til'' luniii';:; 
game was at Its height and Shrubl) 
made l(;t.s of money he went into tlie' 
trunk business at the Queen city. Ho 
was unt<)rtuiui.te, for when 'ifjverything 
was going well he lost everything; by 
fire. Since then Al^it has merely bei.en 
liutting in his time and now he su\s 
he will move west and go Into bui*l- 
riess here. .Meanwhile It nriay be not- 
ed that he and- Longboat, may hltcli up 
for a race, on Lubor day and that tlje 
Indian vv'lll afterwards make atoTir >£ 
I'higland, Ireland and Scotland, starl-- 
Ing in a few weeks time.-'-\Vinnip>-g 
l''ree I'ress. _^^^ : . ■' , 

The pl'iv'wa^ ui"';ii .'I perTSent'. pure 
luck, as '.'Inker's mcjtion ^was moi>f> ti> 
pn.iiii his face than make the ithty. 
ami th'- other 5'> pef cent. J. Evers, 
whose l)a<;jb-Lil brain _]g.n(l limits- seem 
to work in wi|jncicrrn! unison. The £]ay 
probably I'ostj the Giants the game, but 
the ffins were goneroils enough ,to gl\ e 



j tho little second baseman the ovation 
I hlri jiiarvellous achievement deserved. 



French Canadian Lacrosse 
Twelve Easily Favorites in 
Eastern Competition— Mon- 
treal Beaten More I han tver 



That the Nationals of Montreal %ylll 
take the eastern championship seems 
assured. Their recent victory over 
Montreal, the twelve which came 
West in search of the Minlo Cup and 
vvere badly turned down by New 
Wcstminstor, has killed the hopes of 
those baeking the Toronto, Tecuniseh 
and other teams. , The Frenchmen, 
gave the woulil-be World's champions 
a worse beating than they received 
at the hands of the Salnionbellie?!. 
■Their score was rigoalB to l-^as big 
majority as NVestnUnstw made In 
the two Minto cui> matclies. Judging 
from this the N,atloual8 would be a 



mutch for the cban|ta. 
never tell. 



Club 
XationaJ 
Montreal . 
Tecumsaha 
Torogto, ,, , , 
Even Battling Nelson cono^des that j Shamrocks. 
JAns Was-m« greatest \)ghlweight. 



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hat iever lived, bar one 



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p. m., returning at 5 p. m. 
II p. m. "There is every IndicaTtun liiat 
transportation facilities will be taxed 
tu its utijiost because all the lociiil 
lodges are going up in force and 
there will be others from outside 
points represented. In all It is esti- 
mated that seven branches will make 
the trip. W4th the memb'ers will go 
their families, friends and acQualnt- 
ances, so that the assembly at the 
busTITng little Island town should be 
a notaljle one. 

In the athletic competitions there, 
will be a prize for the Individual 
making the highest acpre in points. 

List of Events. 

The complete programme follows: 
$1.00 Baseball races start at av 
o'clock sharp. 

100 yds. Foresters; *100 yds. Boys, 
Juvenile F'orestera under 12; 75 yds. 
(Jirls. under 12; 880. yds. Foresters; 
100 yds. open; 220 yds. Boys. Juven- 
ile Foresters under 16; 100 yds. Girls 
»mder 16; 8S0 yds. Open; 220 yds. 
Foresters over 35 years of age; 75 
yds. Married Ladles;, 120 yds. Hurdle 
Race, Foresters; Running High Jump; 
i-4 Mile Ladles' Walking Race; Put- 
ting the Shot; Runnlnf, I»OMf Jump; . 
Wheel Barrow Race. . ♦ 

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Thertt Is no doubf Mit that •d»rt«»iKO 
will win the National league bunting, 
but there In a doubt as to the world's 
series, providing the Cubs win. In big 
leagtie circles the talk is that the Amei^- 
ciitiToaKue rii agnates will refuse to allow 
the Junior league winners to indulge In 
the post-seasofi gnmes. simply as one 
method of getting back at Charles Webb 
Murphy, the bossy little boss of the Chi- 
cago Cubs, and the would-be bossy boss 
of tiie National league. Murphy was the 
mari behind the movenient that resulted 
In a 169-gamc schedule for the National 
league, while the American league drew 
up a season of 1B4 games, starting a 
clash. In face of t|le fact that the two 
leagueshad agreedJ;to work In harmony. 



Fast Baseball Matcli Expected 
aturday When Crack Team 
iVill Visit City— Excursion 
Crowd Coming. Also 






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Maple Leaf Ball Team of Vic- 
toria Visits Cobble Hilt and 

; Plays Double Header — 
Honors Even 



COBBLE HILL. B. C, Aug. 23.— TJhe 
Victoria Maple Leaf bail team visited 
Cobbler"-HtH on Sunday and played a 
double header with that team. "They 
defeated .the home team In the first 
gajne by 10 to 7, but lost the second 
game 'J to 11.', ., 

Paul Chapman, the jia ih. mascot, 
amused the visitors by .his witty re- 
marks about the game while It was 
going on, a photograph of both teams 
taken together, with the, mascot sltr 
ting in front was taken. The Cobble 
Hill, team have had a busy season, 
having played Chemalnns and Dun- 
cans on their own grounds and also 
played. five visiting teanin at Cobble 
Hill from other Island points. 
— -. 1 •'. ■♦ ' '■ — 

It may be true tha^t Sam Langford 
waa afraid of AI Kaufmann and thait 
his- reason for stepping . out of the 
match was just as he state.) It, Ihit it 
is more comfortable to fe'-l the other 
way "b"r it It, seeing that ^dufmahn 
can be construed- into a budding 
"white man's" hope. ' 



jfext. SaturdaJ^ *he Victoria, Ball 
team will line up agisinat the crack 
Snohomlsh-EJyerett; , conablnation. 

This ij the fastest 8eml-«pro aggre- 
gation in the northwest and It is a 
pleasure at all tiines to see thosei 
cracks handle the horSehlde.' They 
now have six leagues. In their line-Trpr 
'fliey.have recentl.v been strengthened 
by a new second-baseman, named 
Hisley, who played with Spokane in 
the North westeriLJeague. Thl.9'1s the . 
same buneh — WatCs Pets tackled in 
Everett a couple of weeks ago, losing— 
both gamea,_J^2 and 5-2. 

Against this array of talent Watte- 

• xpects to have the same team on 

J. field that played them on their 

home grounds. Moore's ankle Is get- 

ting along fine and' he will again be 
In ha?ness_a.s will also Wattelet and 
Clementson, the University of Wash- 
ington crack. With this nine. Watt 
expects to give the ex'Jeaguera a 
rub for their Tnoney. 

Snohlnalsh have chartered tbfl • 
steamer Iroquois and are coming over 
a thou.saH4_ain>ng and^as this is the 
last team from across the line that 
will be over this season, no_ doubt 
-Victoria fans will be;, out in goodly 
numbers to cheer the local boys along. 



Barrett. Murray. Clytncr, and two op- 
three other former diamond stars are. 
raising ructions With the stick In' the 
American assoiMation this seasoiv- Bar- 
rett Is the former Tiger, and is making 
a bid for big league honors^ . again. 
Cluinces are' that Murray and Clymer 
will also be reqalled. Clynier^lJke, Mur- • 
ray, is a furnier. Bison. He was. a crack- 
crjack ift the Kastern league, went, from 
Buffalo to Pittsburg and later to Wash- 
ington, but failed to isrnlte anything. His 
leave-taking at Buffalo was a strenuous 
bit of work. It seems that Stallings fig- 
ured on covering him via the draft bunlt 
in MBrooklyn. but Oils wanted none of 
that Dodger stuff and tipp<?d off Barney 
Dreyfuss. The latter secured him and 
Clymer, meeting Stallings on the next 
day, gave him tlie merry ha, ha Im- 
mediately 'there .wis a battle with no 
feferee. Before any actual daniage was 
done they decided there was not enough 
nioney tiL the house. Anyway. s<?on after 
that Clymer was on his, Wfy 'tot the 
Smoky' city;^ ■. ;-;<4 



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ni;in^ ribbon tea— per ib. lOr* 

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large bottle .• 25^ 

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XICE MILD tURED BREAKFAST BACON— si<le 

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and . ....... ..^ ....,..«••. f • • '• **'T' 

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WESCOTT'S 
SALE ENDS 
SATURDAT 

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Many are finchng' it brin 
miep with opportu nities" I V 
l)ri^lUcnin ^' up their warl^ 
robe Or njakin^ t heir hont 
pretty and more coTufcirlabl: 

At Very 
Little Price 




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Thro.'sliinK h:[s h.'Kun on the Uella. 



''pt>rutlons on the Dfita w atiTwfirks 

SJ'Sti'lTl ;u-f,' liriiiK- niKlT'il. 



Five miles, of the Portlmid Ciuuil 
Short iflille have boon coniplolocl <nil 
of tJteXvart, and It Is hoped to have 
0- line comi'leted this »eaaoti. 



:J*e\vart, 
the t^nlirc 



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111 was Kiitlfil by fire 



E. E. Wescott 

Direci InMn.rtrr Dry Goods. 
Tel. 26 



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Ann r 
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Ill II.' 
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■Hriile Is to forniR^^y 
W'oKtmlnster Exhibition. 



North Vancouver is discusslntf 
Hoard of Control Question. 



tht 



Xancouver's city waitresses 
have a union of their own. 



are to 



The fishlngr Is reported 
good at Campbell River. 



An Italian laborer named Chene 
was run down and, Instantly killed 
by a«C. P. . R. yard engine at Van-, 
couver Monday. 

Work is to be re^umerl on the preat 
tunnel to unite Green,woo"d and I'hoe- 
nlx, a further $40,OOU having been ijro-^ 
vided for the. carrying- on of the work. 

'Phr I'iinadi.ui .Western Lumber Co. 
will at DUin (inR't't'd with construction 
of it.s big new planinp'^niill and su.sh 
anil. il.Hir !'arliir,\' at I'^raser .Mills 

.\li 'I'lni;, a I'liiiianian .srld for i-a.'U- 
iiif,' Ihiiinr |M Indians, i-onunltted sul- 
'■i'l.. in ilu' New Westmin-ster jail re- 

frntlw -. " 



unusuflrrty" 




The scarcity oit fruit pickers has 
produced a serious situation in the 
Okanagan. 

Within two years past Fernie has 
erected :iew buildings to the value of 

J4, 345,000. 

I'Uy Clerk SommerviUe of Vernon 
has tendered his resignation which 
was accepted at a secret session. 

Keremeoa Public School was badly 
damaged by lig h tn in g a ~"few days 
ago. - 



Owing to tiie short hay crop on tha 
prairies, hay prices in this province 
will rule high this winter. 



The 

Hudson's Bay Co. 

Sole Agents 
For British Coiumbia. 




D. H. BALE 

OOWTKAOTOB A WD BUIIiDEB 

Phone :i«0. 
Cor Fnr? mul ."^ii^ri.T. '<n.a ^lrrirt» 



Whfi; the Rajhva\' co-mml9sl))ners 
meet in Vaficouvcr In .Septr-irihor thry 

will ha ■- <■ ,' kn. .; I,,'. Iir. .■ 

llllKii.'li ■ . ' Iv. 

.and \'. \ V ,. . ri:.T 

right' thri>iiKii liic <-encre of the town 
"M:ivi. siia! ••(■: :,\: the streets so tha,t 
,;;~oF 'two passable 
croasinga )u ine entire place. Tills 

has arou.sed much resentment on "the 
part of the residciil.s and the i'rovin- 
cial Kovernnu'iit in their behalf, has 
in.1trurtfrl M Mir Smilh. C. E. to. 

make sur\ tli.. Krados and" 

(Tosslngs ill liiinMngdon and his fintl- 
ings- will tie ulared before the rom- 
'mission, '> . ' nr\i yors is noW^i 

rngag''.! H .' ■ •■ 



Vernon's tax rate for the year has 
been set at twenty-eight and a half 
mills on the dollar. 

The Pa'mrtoody Oil plant destroyed 
by fire a short lime ago, will be re- 
built almost Immediately. 

Vernon is arranging a great recep- 
tion In honor of Sir Wilfrid Laurier 
I-Mday. • ,, . 

Charles Dundee, locator of the fa-- 
rnott* Dundee mine near Ynalr, one of 
the -pioneers of Rpssland, Is dead. 

Penticton has formed and incor- 
pohitod an athletic association with 
prellintnary ca pitali zation or $10,000. 

The Yukon Jias prohibited the exhi- 
bition pf moving pictures' of the. John- 
Jeffries argument. -. a , 

Mission City is cb^slderfng a by- 
li\. :,jr carrying forward 4n exteh- 
.■;iv.- jtian of road Improvement, -.; . 

A quarantine station is to be estab- 
lished on Dlgby Island, near Prince 

Rupert, . „ 

The Nararilata tegalta.' arranipul^r 

the 6tb of September has bee.i aban- 
doned,. 

The Miners' Unions of the Boundary 
wlH celebrate Labor Diy at Chrii|tian 
•Lake. ^ ' 

Vancouver's piano factory, will open 
for business about the end of the 
month. 

Sir Wilfrid Lauder has promised to 
support Revelstoke's application for a 
$100,000 FeJeral building. 

Representatives of the American 
Purity Federation are shortly tb m ake 
•a campaigning tour of the cities of 
this province. ■ ^ '' 

The death has occurred at Hance- 
vllle of O. T. Hance, the namegiver 
of that ti'wn and one of the ploneei'i 
residents of the district. ' ' 

Twro little girls of Revelstoke had 
a very narrow escape from death on 
Saturday night being run over by a 
-team of ungulded horses. 



'l"lii. uracil, is r.-i' 'It. .i r.)mpIf;tod for 
111.- ra.ilwa\- Im-Ia.-i I'ri i .lofi and (")t- 
ter l-'lat and inan.\' 'if llii' iia-ii are 
being paid oCf. 

\riiiiin citizens li.'i..- I'l Iil >itili. to 
have Sir Wilfrid l.,aurU-r lay the cor- 
ner stone of the. new post office dur- 
ing his Vtj-it I'i tin- ' ik;iIia.;Mli thlS. 

week. 



James Doon and Ralph Jones have 
been arrested at Seattle for having 
in their possession a number of cam- 
eras believed to have been stolen in 
this city. 



Tha bush fires In- the Salmo dis- 
trict are reported once again beyond 
control . Fire Warden Q. McDonald 
has left from Nelson to take charge 
of the defensive campaign. 



The Board of Railway Commission- 
ers meets in Nelson on the 12th of 
September to dispose of the city's 
grievances against the Kettle "Valley 
lines. - 



The Morritt council has Investigated 
charges of"~bTflber"y~T'ref'erred against 
Constable Murk by W. H. Tapley. 
and found the charge "a trumped up 
one.' Proceedings for criminal libel 
are now threatened by the constable. 



Kaslo and Sandon Branch 
NEL.SON. Aug. 23.— The Great 
Northern railway has decided to re- 
cc.nstruct Its Kaslo and Sandon line, 
recently burned as far as Sproule's. 
The government has put a large gang 
at work opening a wagon road from 
Sproule's to connect with Whitewater*. 
In the spring the railway will recon- 
struct thelteie t^^iSic^><l«^iBlt tta fomaer 
terminus, - ■•'■'' ■*, ■- , ' - ' ' . 



Population ' of Wallace 
W.\SHIN(}T().N, Aug. 23.— The popu- 
lation of Wallace, Idaho, which has 
been destroyed by fire, was 3,000 $s 
compared with 2,265 In 1900. 



erate all the sins to be •▼olded, nor all 
the duties to be performed, but to give 
a summary which under the H|)pella- 
tion of "general rules" slnjuld t)e of 
great value to eVery hoiw;iit seeker of 
salvation. Prominent in the design of 
Mr. Wesley was the guarding of in- 
experienced converts against th& e\-il 
InMuenoe of worldliriess and dlssliiat- 
Ing aniUHementH, which are quite as 
dangerous. In our day as in hl.s. 

"Tlie obs'ervance of the.se rules, tlielr 
prohibitions and injunction.^, he deem- 
ed to be fssentlal Ixitli as evidence of 
spiritual life and for the admiiiistra- 
tlun of dlsclplliie;***-''-""~-- 

EVENING SESSION 



Tlu' night s'.ess loir lit' dm conference 
Wfvs devot'od to the lifiarlnK^ of fiaternal 
uildroHsei bv'dia delepatps from llie 
Methodist K-plh't'-opal ctiurch of the t.'nit- 
ed ritates Tiiere w-tui a larKc attendance 
nud tlie adilresses of tlie visilors were 
listened to with eonslderalile iiit.et..st. 
The Uev. I'^reeniaii 1.'. Rovanl, 1. I', .if 
San Fi-anclsco,' dealt .upon '■tln' t'n-c- ..r 
Methodism and uri^ed the better appllc.i- 
lloh of ItB tenefs. He said In part: 

The church i),eeds the sense of uRSOcla- 
tion. But mefo association will not be a 
forci;- luiless accompanied by a corre- 
siKJndlng self sacrifice. Canada and the 
I'nltod State«-«r-» -<'-l4i»«4y- relat-ed-.-. Over 
200 firofessors in Methodist colleges In 
llie I'nlted State:^ are Oapacllans. One 
out of every six people from Ontario Is 
a Methodist. filncinS06~TnftTr Clifford 
8lfton, a genius at organization, had ad- 
vertized Canada, and had M-nlUeTl off 
with 600,000 of their r-ltlzen..< each w!t!\ 
a thousand dollafa in his pocket; If 
this pon<!y~Tt«e-T)s up the (luestlon of an- 
ntxing the United States to Canada Is 
only a auestlon of time. Every state In 
the union Is represented in Canada ex- 
cept Arkansas, tnul it Is likely the man 
from there will be along soon. There js 
no organization In the world todi^v sj 
loyal to the Interests cf the woiUlng rnrm 
as the church. Perhaps too much em- 
phasis has been laid on this aspect of 
social affnij-s. The solution 
social problem Is not la holding aloof 
from these i)roblein«. \V« must preaeh 
doctrines that can be embodied In actual 
life. Universal brotherhood Is our goal. 
A lower standard la unworthy of a 
church aspiring to represent the mind of 
i'lirist Japan. Korea. <~'hlna, India, 
U'e.^itern Asia. Konianlsni. etc., are seek- 
ing for Christ. It requires great energy 
to push the gospel Into all the world. 
The people of .iBpan-'arenot pagan. They 
can reason. They are becoming more 
modern. .-,: '. '— 

First among (Ti* forces that make for 
the redemption of the world Is a divinely 
called and ordained ministry.' As Nature 
took the pen of Wordsworth and wrote 
her own thoughts, so that mhiistry 
should he under th«- spell of the splrttjjf 
God. W««ley eniphaslJied a spiritual 
ministry. This ' unconquerable Impulse 
has made Methodism great and courage- 
ous thr.oughout the world. This is the 
jBource of the laymeijt's missionary move- 
ment and evangelical enterprises. 

I bring the greetings of 19,500 jnlii 
Isters and 3,500,000 membe.rs. We have 1 
3,500 college profess ors of' 20 3 colleges, j 
vlniversltics With en<lowments of $2r.,- | 
000,000. We had $9,546,000 book room i 
sales In the last cjua<lrennlum. How dif 
fleult to express my iiies.«iage to you." 

Though Dr. Bovard read his address, 
the closest attention was given, him. j 
Rallies of humor frequently Inter- , 
spersed hl.s remarks and his thoughts j 
were often loudlv aT'Olsuded.. ' .- I 



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siTr;\'ri().\--on 

Street", bptwfcii 
and Quadra Streets. 

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embrokc 

lanchard 

Only 

111 Cit\^ 



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No. 2 5 Lots 



SUPERINTENDENCY 

NOW DIVIDED 



Conttiiitled from Page Eight. 



Sir Wilfrid Laurler has so revised 
his Itinerary as to Include a visit to 
New Westminster on Wednesday 

next. .• .' . 

Ah, Ring, a Ct^mberland Chinaman, 
was killed 6n Friday last by falling 
"^'urfder the wheels . while trying to 
hoard a train. 



The Vancouver Trades and Labor 

incll has invited Sir Wilfrid Laur- 

• to debate the Asiatic labor prob- 

i' HI uppA hi8>r«ttirn to the tjermlnal 

citv'. ^'■ .■ .■,,■■..' ', 

Frank Martin, a, lineman In tHe estn- 
ployJii|..jLtfe.. JWest , Koote.nay ^ Power 
and Light Company, liad hia foot am- 
putated last week while attempting to 
board a moving train., _ 

11. Cunningham Morrllr Of fi«.Mftl!- 

Herald «taff, Revelstoke; fe t ak ing 

lessons in the art of aviation with 
the intention of making a fHsht dur- 
ing the Revelstoke Fair. ; 





R. Swift and his asisociatee of Ver- 

ivin ha\e firganlzed a company tp be 

I<n.i\\ n as the Vernon , Tram and 

I : <'timpany and applied to the 

' "ouncll for a franchise for tram 

in that city; 



promises to develop a lively discus- 
sion. 

In , the course of yesterday after- 
noon's session the Rev. Dr. Howaril 
Sprague, of Sackvllle, president of the 
New .Brunsw,lck cohference. made a 
strong plea for financial aid from the 
delegates to the Methodist catiae In 
Campbellton, the town which was re- 
cently practically wiped out by fire. 
■He pointed aiit that the Methodist 
church' had been destroyed, and that 
the homes of all its m_em hers with the 
exception, of two had been wiped out. 
The conferences of New Brunswick 
apd Prince Edward Island had held a 
Joint meeting within five diys of tlie 
catastrophe to consYder what could \ye 
done, and he no\v.:^had x-orne from that 
conference to the august body sitting 
in V^lctorla to a»k the latter what aid 
it would give. 

Mr. J. Gibson, of ' Ingisrsoll, here In- 
lerpplated by asking, "Wliat, do- j"ou 
expect to get from us?" 

In reply Dr. Sprague said he hoped 
to get all that the Individual memocfs 
of the conference were willing to give. 

The Rev. W. S. Grlffen, of Toronto, 
moved, seconded by the Rev. T. E. 
Bartley, of Toronto, that the sum -of 
$2,000, a portion of the balance of the 
Union Church Relief Fund, should be 
devoted to the needs of Methodism In 
Campbellton. This motion was not 
put, but. referred to the committee, 
which has the disposition Of the faal- 
anceln qucstlcn In charge. 

A clerical and lay delegate of thi 
supperannuatlon fund were .uppoln'ied 
as' follows: Clerical, the Rev, Dr. vW, 
is. Grlffen, of Toronto; lay,' Mr. E, 
Gurney, of Toronto. ' 

The committee ofl misrslons present- 
ed a brief report recommencmg that 
the qorhposltlon of the board be in- 
cieased from six ministers and six 
laymen to eight ministers and eight, 
laymen. The re«?pm'nijntiawon wa« ide- 
feattd. . ■■-'.'-; ■ .'■ , • 

A matter, to ct)me up for discijsslon 
Within fche next few days in the re- 
commendation of the commission on 
ru'ee with regard to the famous footr 
ttote In the dlscliilliic which' came up 
in connection with the report of that 
commission on .Vlonday. Parj^gr^ph 35 
(»f the discipline reads: "Note—The 
general rules .ire to be nnder.stood as 
forbidding-^ n'Sglcct of' duties of any 
kind, inprudent conduct, Indulghig l.-i 
.'.Inful tempers and words, the buying, 
spelling or ualng of iritoxk'ating liquors 
nf! a beverage, dancing playing games 
, of chance, cnc.)u,ra,glng RiJ^lgrleH. 
tending theatres, horse-races, ( 
(Uses, ' dancing parties, patronl/mg 



IM^ICE — $800 
$2,350 en ' ' 



caci 



or 



IJIUC. 



Any 
Reasonable 
Terms 



-50 X 1 00. 

STTITATION— On 
and Prit^ir Streets 
(d ivin}4"'s Knad. 
(luarloi's 



P)lacd-:\vnr)d 
Sontli 



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Side 



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\ a mile l'i'"iii Ci' \- 



RICK — $400 each, 

$1,950 en l.lwc. 



or 



SNAPS 



Any 

Reasonable 

Terms 



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No. 3 2 Lots 

SIZEi-r53 X 120. 

SITUATION— Shoal Bay sub- 
division, splendid view, all 
level, dry , and clear. A i 
spot for a home. 

PRICE— $375 each 



No. 4 30 Lots 

SIZE — 48 X 115 and 50 x 120. 

SITUATION— Blocks CC and 
Z Saratoga Subdivision, Oak 
Bay, clo.se;-4e school, trai^ 
and beach. 

PRTCKS— $475, S500. S52d 
$600. $650 and $700. 



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Imported ITnlHtelu herd for 

Ham Hf'treat farm has 

•' aination and according 

\, compt'lses the best 

'.'•r impiirted Into <':in- 



ll-irlior Mastiir j- .•.'■■t- 

luiii.'^.tcr lays upon . ,,, ':..iilln- 

er-.I,ohnj,on i>f Lloyd.'- : inie for 

fo- Inade<|u,i!i. ln-ii.'!.! . iectrlcal 

'•vfv ill. ■ i ' ■ .'He as- 

I liat ' .:; .1 .:i. , ailvised 

the maximum helgiii .f iir-tia 

u;0 ffet. . 



dancing .schools 

amusemei 

misieadlii 

cncv, ;ind .ill i 
till- ..I .i'l III. 
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be 8'ul>stItutod therefor: 



Hon. S. A. Booth - 

- The otljer delegat^e,, t^ie Hon, R. A. 
Booth, of, Portland, "?>>€.,' said; The word 
"welcome" wit •■ you have greeteii i 

,us ' - it one of ■ ctest that' can he 

uttered. My pa.stor is a Canadian audi 
was prep/ired to believe! great things 
about you. .If your expressions , of 
brotherhood 'are genuine. I would- like 
,yau to let me take back $ score* of your 
men; - ' - • ■ f, ~' '-' 

I am not an ambassador of my count r- ' 
but of my church, 'which is the liirge • 
Protestant church In the world. 'VVlu-ii 
two nations, such as thes**' which lie skle } 
by side on this continent, .nations of such i 
high origin and purpose combine In peace 
and harmony, the mptlve of. their con- 
duct sitould become 'iflt for unlversul 
principle.^ '"Thy klngdjforn Coihe" seem.s 
to me to. be the second member of the 
equation. Who can write first. This 
equation is equal to the result of Eng- 
land's triumph for righteousness. 

II there are dana^'i-s. tve fhce them t i- 
gother. Chrlatlanlty'si task la tp relate ; 
tnen to Odd nnd to eaeh other. The 
church bias to do with all facts. Wo ex- 
pect to produce lenders that write ur>on 
industrhal and social wrongs*, Our l.m- i 
migrants will not'linperil us If we give I 
tiiem a Wesley nn r>>tTgia'n. ' A fernfTiriitTs"! 
a misfit If It doPH not ilt Into the'cOjrs i 
of human nce'dltellglous form!^,'. change, ! 
but the piirpoije rnmalns the same, It'ls ; 
well to he consiervatlye, but theology | 
can't, stand still. Who should be more } 
nnxloufj for new truth than the Christian. 
Wisdom and learning detect the foot- { 
steps at_Ooi1. The way to God Is to 
reach out after Him. This was liVesley's 
asplratloni •. 

We are 8ot>8 of God here! and hoW. 
When we live only for ftiiture reward we 
belittle, our 8«<uls, Let our progress 
mark the' onward Htrldep of God. Thei-<> 
are millions. In the church eager for thtr 
truth. Wo must not be Irrational. The 
Master has incorporated us In hla cntor- 
prise. Capital wcrk^ ■'901, "oon grow 
and be shared by all. • ' '' 

The demands of lisibor are becoming 
more ln.«!l»tent. ,Lahor l.s entitled to con- 
Hldoratlon, whetjier at home or ohro.'nl, 
T can see no solutl'bn of the d'lfference.s 
hctweeh (Capital arid lalxir except through 

41** upplleatlon of the ethics, of .Tosus 
Christ. The' church must faring forth 
manly m^n who Will say, "I atn my 
brother's keeper. Our church :1s seelWg 
its duty and a new conscience Is nrnuK- 
Ing. us .to _grcHler justness in action. 
Wrong can't stand hefofe-t^ie chiirch of 
riiri.st. The struggle Is on. The tcfi.t 
foT <"hrls(tnnlty Is not for some doc- 
trinal Statement butwlllshe ring true 
to the spirit of] the Master. "SVe muHt 
(ireach and act tlliat present wrongs. In- 
'dustrjal niul othjers, may he pi'it right. 
The Methodist fV)rm of Christianity Is 
adaptiible' to all IclaBseH, e^iepeclallj; 'to 
the Anglo-Hsxon. 'It 'works well thr|ough j 
therh. Let fidaptftliillty b<> . our ftl4ii'«jui, ( 
TI' Is Impossible that' nny Mt>ngot should 
. \er write of the downi'ill of ChrlstI-' 
inlty. The testli^g ti.nic- i.*;' now. (>. 

I men nf Methodi.smL let ii.s ln-re nnd now 

I vAp-nrd ourfOlves pylfli Inith and aenl 
^ ' iiinrcli onwanl till .tielirishnt>SM |.m 
.>me by love: ,t.ct jmik say f.Tiat" 

j-.'. :m tihail he.-no., nvore uotwik the lOng- 

l|.-ii spenkhiK r"'*'"'P'e TliHt 

I ( v;nnide for t.hc ,wnrl.' 

j I 111- ;.f>rmon on tlie n 
l.ct us 




WE HAVE 



(if wiir. 
thouifhl 



jinil condlll. 
ill l)e no otln ■ . Ill 
.. tluit of (.'Hirlstl.uiii 



will bei nn 
"r_to_ifiich 
in the art 

'O WfM-ld'js 

'hilo.'iOpli,\'. 






The Remarkable Progress of The 
Amalgamated Development Co. 



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Has been unprecedented in the history of the Oil industry. Full 
title to all of, this Company's immense holdings was not completed 
until the 20th of JuneWUST TWO TS^t^THS AGO. 

Since that date the Company has installed machinery for 
pumping two flowing oil wells. Hap commenced and is already 
far advanced with the construction of a refinery on the ground, 
and has shipped NINE MILES OF PIPING to convey the pro- 
duct of thejii: Qii Wells to tidewater. 



CAN THIS RECORD 01 

FOR TWO MONTHS BE 



PROGRESS 



The present week will see the stock of the Amalgamated De- 
velopment Co. quoted uportiiane or more of the local stock ex- 
changes. WATCH IT.RISE. 



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.Stvlcs conic and .'.tylcs 
Ko but the Argo — the 
collar' of ease, fit nnd 
xvenr, r^oes on forever. 



Made in 
Berlin by 



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' ■ ! . .\ .I'l. . .1 '.\,,:.:r-> I'.. ( '.it..- worth 
of New Westminster and Mr. Jo.sefih 
Martin. K. C, are engaged In a vlt- 
j:ipjic nplstohiry battle, as an out- 
c-onrie^lir which Mr: Cotsworth threat-, 
ens criminal libel proceedlngH against 
the member for Kast St. Piincrn.s 
The latter was .so careless bs to re- 
fer to. Mr. Cot.iworth ns on unmitl- 
giitdd ;i;;fi and mi lrresiM!nsll)!<r llnr. 



"K-ii:- '.- ■:,,:..... :•■..,, 

m(>nial' re'juircm. i I'-wi.sli 

economy and wil.i .i . ..ii n iluu thtdr 
outward obnervancc would sattsTy tin 
claims of the ChfLstlan religion. IflK 
slhi whs porsonni holiness and spirit- 
ual power, These rules In his cohirrep- 
tlon of them were -not Ih any wise a 
littmin code to be Imiio.sed nrl)ltrarlly 
(,n the societies, but as they were 
drawn from the teit and es.sence of 
the Moly S(;fiptures they were regard- 
ed by him as nn Indlcntlim of tiw- 
godly life the Methpdist peoiile ought 
4.(1 live. He did ii"t altoiriiit in enuiu- 



NOTlCi-: Ol- DlSSOLUTiON 

, TAKK NOTICK 'J n ;-..■ ;,,:> i :iii i :,:i ,., . 
heretofore ,mihfilKtinB l»etween 8. 1* WII- | 
Kon and .T. Kennedy at Vli^torla, B. C. 
under thb style of "The Victoria <?ar- 
age" was dissolved on the 20th day of I 
July, 1910, and- thnt the im\\A buslnesH | 
■vv1tl-;;Jn"tho future he ctfhrlpd on . hy y, j 
Ij Wilson to wliom all outstanding ac- i 
counts are payahle and who will be re- 
H|.)onHlhln for all , llnbllltlf-s in cohnec- 
tkiii with t.'ii- HRld huslnesa, 

f<YI).N'F,'y r,. WILSON, 

4, KK.\'.VEr>Y. 



Price ol Stock: One and Two Dol- 
lars Per Siiare 



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Vancouver, B. C. 




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518 Hastings Si., West, 

Canadian American Realty Co. 
1204 Douglas St., Victoria, B. C, Local Agents 



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Farms, Acreage, Business Property 



Five Acres, all under cultivation, with new 4-ro'om, large 
house, located on Fcltham Rd. ; 140 full bearing 'fruit 
trees, 55 young trees, i acre strawberries and other small 
fruits ; balance in potatoes. Price, on terms, $6,750. 
Terms can be arranged. ■ 

-Strawberry Vale, head of Victoria Arm — 7.04 acres, all of 

which is excellent land and cleared. $400 cash will handle 
this, balance 7%. Price $875. 

Pender Island — 68 acres, with well-built log: house, and 
good well : about 2,000 cedar poles and good timber ; 40 
acres can -be cultivated. This property has over half- 
mile w^ateffront. Price, on any reasonable terms, $2,000. 




Business Property 

One Lot 60 X lao, just off Douglas St— Price, $9,000; one- 

! third cash. 

Yates St., less than i block from Douglas— 100 x 120 and 

large 2-storcy brick building — $70,000, on terms. 



Victoria Harbor Waterfrontage 

2 Lots, Esquimau Rd., between Rock Bay and Point Ellicc 
Bridge — 210 feet of waterfrontage. Revenue producmg. 
$18,000; one-third ca>h. 



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Choice Corner 120x120 



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PR. BROWN, LIMITED 



^ Mones to Loan. 

Phone io76. 




Fire Insurance Written. Stores atd Offices to Rent. I 

1130 BROAD STREET. . P. O. Box 428 * 

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Farm $6.50 per 
Acre 

Bulkley Valley 

150 Acres on Uiie of Gi-and Trunk Pa- 
dflc. 50 per cent, open meadow land. 
Good soil, with plenty of water. Splendid 
opportunity for Krt'wlng- hay and supply- 
ing camps. Call and see us for further 
particulars. Owner must seU. Price, 
J6.B0 per acre. 



House $5,000 



situated on one of the nicest streets In 
the city, cement walkn, curb, boulevards, 
trees, lane, sewer, gas, light and phone. Six 
large rooms, bath, toilet, , etc. House Is 
exceptionally well built, foundation alone 
costing over 1600. Front and back stair- 
cases, sliding doors, dumb waiters from 
basement to upstairs, furnace, etc. l=^ne 
lawn a-nd large lot. Half block ftrom cars. 

Very reasonable terms. 



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Investment 

5 Houses, $9, 00c 

All large «l|d tij Kood repair, within 
half mile circle, with 120 feet frontag«(, 
third Ipts from street c»r^_„;Xhie value oi 
this property Is steadily Increasing. The 
above offers an Investment not to be 
equalled in any part of the city. Pays 10 
per cent Terms. 







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Home or Farm 



6 Acres, $12,000 



300 yards from city ^boundary and 10 
minutes from ciarV Vs~ircires^^ctiltt\'-ated and 
planted with ROO apple trees. Just bearing, 
and about 14,000 small fruits. Large 
house and in jirood repair, with stable. 20 x 
3i!. CMty water and telephone. Ideal lo- 
catipji^^.Jijr home and splendid for sub-- 
dlvjding.''' 't'iih arrange terms. 



Bungalow 
^ $3,400 



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-~ — Gosy:: g-poomed HQu»e, Ju»t .4»eJpg' com- 
pleted. Commands a beautiful view of 
the sea and has the advantage of being 
thoroughly sheltered, from prevailing 
winds. Onlv two short blocks from cars 
and In one of the best districts In the cJty*, 
Snap at above price and term?. 



Fort St. $12,000 

Between Quadra . and VanaouV«t> on lot 
,60 X 120, 9-roomed Hot)S^ />)^ firpperty 
i)roduclng $480 per a,nDUi1[t. 

Lots on above street are rafildly chang- 
ing hands and high Increase In property 
Is anticipated. 



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PEMBERTON & SON, 



614 FORT ST. 






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WITHm^ttE HALF-MILE afeCLE 

$2950 ■ 

For a new Six-room Bungalow, containing Parlor, Dining Room. 
Kitchen, Pantrv. Hot and Gold Water, Enamel Bath, Sewer, Gas, 
Electric'Light, Basement. . $650 cash will handle this, and the bal- 
ance can be paid in easy monthly payments.. 



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GRANT & LINEHAM 



P.O^Box 307 



He AD Offices 



633 YATES STREET 



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f LINE HAM-SCOTT SAND &' GRAVEL Ca 
LINEHAM & CO; Jordan Riv^r. 



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Trade Stations in Tibet Able 
to Hold Out Against "Atfack 
Until Relief Gomes— Con- 
trast Chinese With British 



DESPERATE MARINE 



William Bower Jiiwps from Receiving 

Ship and May Have Been 

Drownejd 



Jj<')Xl)fi.\', Auk. ^3. — Thero has been 

no npwa from the Oovernment of In- 
rlla of any further developments In 
Tibet, anri, !f ntiythlng, the «ltuatl.on 
looks a 1 ' .'eter tli ■ lid a. 

month &K .Idltlon ; I'rado 

Agent ana h..s r.sri>rl aL Uyangtse, 
there Is also a siiiall t<;lesrav)h post 
at Pharl, with a few native telegraph- 
ists. The Trade Agent at Yatuns la 
Mr. Macdonald, \viio has wll'; ' m 
escort of twenty-five trooi. a 

tew telegraphl.stB. The lateral iiuii- 
tary disposition, which was an- 
nounced froin Simla ycKterday, has 

iiiference chiefly to truiiHj'ort. it he- 

IriK the Intention, to '■-: 'rate food 

.tnd stores forthwltl; itonjf. In 

, tjikkirn. It la deen.. .. . .^j^edlent !'• 

artojii iliGse measures, because If 

military adv.an^'e should Imv.. ii. 

made It would probalblj 

undertaken at vory sli ■; ^ n 

Meanwluie, ih'e trade ageii i> 

Hufflcicnt supplh's ('I li'ilil ' :i'*l 

relieved In case 
Recent advices 

aho\V that the 1 

yulnjf their polli 

I ration m Tlbrl, ;iii 

with some Kiiccesn. 



SEATTLE, Augrupt 23. — William 
Bower, a marine on the gtmboat 
Princeton, escaped from the receiving' 
ship, Philadelphia, where he has beeii 
h.eld a prisoner at the Puget Sound 
navy yard, early thla morning. Bower, 
who was being held on a charge of 
desertion and thef^, felled his guard 
with a monkey wrench and Jumped 
overboard, reaching shore In eafety. 
This ^s Bower's second sensational es- 
cape. Several weeks ag6 he robbed 
the locker of his mate, cashed a stolen 
cheque at a Bremerton store, and at 
the polDt of a revolver forced a ferryr 
man to take hlin across the sound '»to 
West Seattle, After buying the ferry- 
man a meal and giving him some 
money, he ordered him into his boat 
and started to come back to Bre,mer- 
lon. Bower was arrested on Informa- 
tion furnl-shed by the ferryman. 

Na ■ ! ofllcers are not satlsned 

that i iafched shore. The Philit- 

delpl ire that seventy-five ' ■ 

froni iid Bower, who la 

expi I i -- ,;,imcr, took a long Jnn;, \ 

the ship's side td the Icy water below. 

The b.iy may be dr^r 1 in hm ..ir,,rt 

to recover the bod,\' 
til..,,, I M general al>' 
illi-e of Sen- 
' : ,1-1 ■ T'.dwei 1 



|)Lir- 

, -t.iinlH- 

il wonid api'iear 



Contrast Witli 
DAlUUbLN't-i, Aug. Z, 



B; it.'.li. 
,. - Tirii'Ui II 1 1 111 

ITS here say that the Tibetans <on- 
MHst the British Invasion, which re- 
Hjiecled the Tibetan rellglo.i, with the 
I onduct of the Chinese in Eastern 
Tiliet, who burn the monasteries, sa- 
, red book.'i and images. Above all. 
the Tibetans _resent the Chinese at- 
tack on the Dalai- Ijamn, To replace 
the present "Inrarnatlon" ]» an Idea 
nil I^ama could entertain without vi- 
olating the_,.^ most sacred article of 
f;ilth. 1'he Cliinese are stated to b« 
findinK difficulty in obtfttalng rations. 
It is understood that l,.lnsha Khen- 
rUf-n, officiating head of the Tibetan 
ijovernmcnt, has ■ been sentenced to 
'il.atli for refusing to approve the.Chl- 
nene policv. The main road between 
l,hasa an.i India is olo.sod to Tibetan 
.ifflrlals, and trade Is greatly rtl.«- 
•urbed The officials are Iravelina; 
sla Nipal, KhambajonK, i)nd I!litil:ui. 
The propoHi'il to .^end the Brill!;'" 
..'..':,pi over rluatot.K. 32.000 ft. hish, 
instead of throtigh the Chunibl \.'>1- 
1/.V. ,H Hever(''iy (.onderiined hert. 



Mayor Gay nor ] 

I il' ii;i iivKN, .N.,i., AuKus; 23.-rMayor 
uiaynor continues trt Improve and It ^ 
, h.is been decided to keep only ono «im - ■ 

neon within call. fiaynor Is u 
, lowed to eat whatev< r lio ib.slri 

.•ipends considerable 

lionlos and irin i.'n-/.lri. 

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Ti il!i iVI'i 1. \ .I'.iiHt 23.- 1 ■ 
jKliinMU. uKi-d ^|1I.^. a maii.^.i .1,...,. 
was struck by a street <*!ir at tlu- cor- 
ner of TJiieen and (""he.-^t pm' utn,. i^. iiiI-i 
morning, and died .ihori 
r..fir)ii-il 111*, hospital. 

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Chargea by Bull Mdo»<J. _ 
SBWAnn, Alaska. Aug. 28.— Chas, H, 
ITubbard, of the Ilubbard-KIlIott com- 
pany , narrowly escaped death when 
chflrged by n bull moose while hunting 
in the Lake Kenal coimtry. He killed 
the e.nraKnd-»4y^ifli«-I--wh«fr'i^tr WRs only 
ten-^ct nwny. The horns are said to be 
Ok' tniiHt beautiful yet found in this 
of Alaska. 

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T .^^t X>ong SaotanoaB, 

' KArKVirCLli. rnl„ Auk, ;!2. A pent- 
tontinry term of '15 year.<< flodny faces 
f'liarles Dubcia lUHbop atiil .Joseph C. 
Brown, who confesseil that they < held 
tip.'tbo ('hina-.Iapnnesc fiiHt tnall in-ar 
Kulsun Irifit April. Tiii> men idendeil 
tfullty III the Sojiuio loiinty superior 
court and weiu ni otico Bentcnca^l. 1 



Ttirough their attorneys the men stated 
that thev would not appea?^ but svished 
to iJegln serving their sentt^ncos at once 
Bishop will be taken to Folsom and 
BroWp to San Quentln. 

THE TEETOTALLER'S DREAM 

I..ONr)ON, 'Au«r*»-.--A<tmlral Klngsitjlll 
inspected the Canadian cruiser Rainbow, 
whlcJi sails from Portsmouth today on 
her long journey to Bsqulmalt. She is 
the first BrltlBh warship in many years 
that has left port without a ^'grog tub." 
Practically all the crew are teetotalers, 
but liberal messing arrangements have 
been madn for them. Lord Strathcona 
has presented plate to the tiff leers. 

The battle was over, scarce even a spar 
Drifted over the ocean to show that a tar 
(.yt the Japanese race was alive to pro- 
claim 
The attempt of his land op k fal^ier rto- 
maln. ■ . 

Two battleships grey. It's a color elusive 
Adapted to ships of the navy exclusive,, 
Which parries the flag unfurled to the 

tireeze, 
•I'll'' iiiefeor emblem which tuleli the 

.■-;. \f'n Hens. , , 

1(1 T^alnbd-W, th* Vessels securely 
(■■lout !!■ I anfl '«n^-' ■'■ ■ ' ns-.IC. bijjt 

put.^ '■ , • '• 

pleasure they IBanedoa ft, well paint- 
ed ocean, : ' , 
•■ailed there to ctrllM tftr thelir land 

with d.-'Votlonr ■ ' ' ' 

j 'v\ i . ing out.guiui and aa buay as 

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;; coiiver Sts., 60ft. with good 
;■ house. Monthly rental $35. 

Price $200 
Per Foot 

, limine builiHtt'g site 'West_oi 
'• Dunsmuir's Gastle, 195 x 186 
'I ft. Price $9,500. 
J We c^^lflve easy tentts 
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Comcnient : 
Suites 
of Office 
Rooms 



Fort Street Lot 

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:: 60 X 120. near c rner of Quadra and Fort. ' Price for a few days 



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admiral, alias "Malh- 



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Have the King,' 

Tiif^Tr pn.aR"rne-.ile ..-ii-"i 1 ii'ui't come tin 

"Ibit stay! Tell the-.,c.'<)'ii'ic '" lO'i'-'.-r 

mv floater.'", 

r.Iko ..Velson nti'l -- • ■ '" heroes- 

and voters — 

Toll them Canada f ■ for lend 

Ing their aid. 
And splice well I' . with hot 

lemonade." 

TfiFairmTral" retires; the wireless crashCH 
Illn'mossaRc to fittnwa, Morso dot a and 

ilnHlijp.s. 
The band penlp It" nnlli''m.M, the crow 

Krows hllHrloiif 
f»n piiKHr and Ii-tmoii ini'l ll'innr ni|iiiirln.i. 
Tei^totalerH, tlo'y nil Iintrli coin m;" o.-- 

chew. 
And t'm on ihol"' I'o.-ionis a rll'lnln of blue 



A. W. Bridgman 

peal Estate. Fire and Employ,* 
ers Li.'sbility. Insurance. 
1007 Government St^l. --, 

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'''> ments, 7 per cent interest. ■ ; , 

HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building,- Broad St. t 

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! Choice Property near 
Duncan for Sale 

1 i!i ,,.i,,,ii«.s Hav bnrn (with carrier, holds 35 tons.) Orchard 
^..^nd'am.'.; ^'.Hr'Go^d^-e^^^^ living spring, sumdent for aU. pur- 
^~ poses n: ' ^11 l and well fenced. Pri ce.. .$11,000 

A W^JONES, Limited 

608 FORT STREET. 
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:: National |eaj[ij Co. j 



Ten Acres 



P hone TT &s — — 

1232 Government St. 




( . run iloK fr .111 $400 to $1,000 a 
toil li'i"' 1.. -Mi struck at Sheop creek. 

Xicola Franzill;-! li ' ' ' ' ' '• ■" '^ 

-viiltP bathing in ili ' - 



The Vancouver police ' • 

lu-i-n iMit (jiut of cbninili^ 
ing into collision witli .mi. ' 'i:. \n-n 
of the H. C. R. R. Co. 

Until I )o!iiiliion .'mil I '1 .M Mi' ' ii 1' ". - 
ernnients are con.HlderliiK ihf :iii\i.«a- 
billly of Knintlng a subsidy for a res- 
ident i)h\Hlcliin at FortOeorgB. 

N'iiiuldls recently di'nl i o.* '•(! thrf" 
large and valuable signw ""'l '"otipiil- 
irable othar propertj' of tin- Nuaurai 



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riiio soil, beaUti- 

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W. H. Ellis 

Room 6, 1122 Government Street 
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WANTED 



Kesources Security Co. at l-""- 
(Jeorgp. Tho company Is off< ; 
reward of $'200 for the conviction 
the offenders, a:'id C'nnstable And' i 
son has gone in rr"ni f.^iiesuc! (o hm 
db' tile case. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



;, Avenue :i 

Near D.ougla? Street 

!! Modern 8-roome(J House, all <- 
ri nvcnience.s 

' 'Price $3,100 ♦ 

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1 COMPANY 

I 648 Yates St. Phone 1987 

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Boap powder dvtstcd in the bath, aofler-s 

■ ."»« Witter dujU disialecU* tt 



$3,'5.O0O 
$.10,000 

$ri,oori 

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money » to loan. 



Wescott & Letts 



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Comox, Vancouver Island 

Clenred arul bush fnrms; sn- 
frontago !n district at all prb^es. 
Fine farming country; good local 
market. 

Apply Itendnell * Ttlscop. Real 
KstatH AKentK, Comox and Court- 
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THREE ACR:S, Colville Road, one block from Gorge car Jine, 



1 3-4 mile^ from, 

$1,500 

; - $i,soo 

$660-$700 



City Hall, price per acre - „ - - -' 
THREE LOT^ on Cowan Avenue, 150x175 feet -> .- 

FOUR LOTS (if Cranibe Avenue, each - - - 

THREE LOTS on Linden Avenue. ' , 

TWO LOTS on Wellington Street to be sold en block, price 

FIVE WATERFRONT LOTS, Shawnigan Lake, about 2 1-2 acres each, price 

ptr lot - - - - - - - -— - - . $265 



$6,500 



FOR SALE 



6-roomed House, new. niiMlcrii. rciidir^a^i Siml ... .. 

6-roomed House, C"(inlnv,-i l')a\, la^r^^r lui. (\n x j<^i feet .. 

8-roomed House, I'anilnra STrcrt 

9^/2 acres, Old West Saanich Road, al! -unA 'mI. im ruck, 
, Iniililingv, rliirkcn _\ar'l, fruit rrcc-, clr, 



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$3,700 

. ■ $7,500 

nise, good nut- 
$4,000 



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SOLE AGENTS 



Telephone 
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R. S. DAY & B. BOGGS 

620 FORT' STR_EET, VICTORIA, B. C. 



Established 
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3 acres in Cordova Bay, 5-roomed House, ham, .-^laljK:.-,, carriage, chicken and fntit-'h-ouses. 
Ground is stocked \\iih ai)plos, idiuns, peaches, etc, j^ood soif/ no'rock/; Water laid in house 
and garden. Ivcni. to a good \* early tenani . i)er, month $15 

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1206 Government Street <■ Victoria 



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Five-roomed house and good Ji4rn (8 horses), also buggy shed. 

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, A first payment of $500 wtill handle — ' 

3 Lots 38 X 145, on Grant Street. Price $1650, or 

4, tots 40 X ijOt pp §helbour|^ Street. Price $.1300. 



Lot 50 X 16©/ - Price ,.$3800. 



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To Build Are: 



A SNAP! 



A SNAP ! 



Modern 1 1-2 Storey House 

With full basement, Princess-AYCTiircrniiar /City Park. For quick sale, only $2,950. Terms. 



APPLY TO 



Fire Insurant a SpecUlty. COLES & ODDY 



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Fire insurance a Specialty. 

REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AIsD FINANCIAL AGENTS. • 

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1 Lot 63 X 140, on- Chamberlain Street. Price $7^0. Terms. 
I Lot 60 X I40i, oii Cp;srafn STre^ Price $6r5d:~Terms. 



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woQd, on very e*ay terms. 



geveral blocks of land on and «. 



GREEN & BURDICK BROS. 

.INSURA^^CE 

Phone 1518 



J REAL ESTATE 

Cor. Broughton a'nd Langley Streets, . 



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AlSO-SevirrRl tmslnjBSs proper- 

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4 Sstat* Aganti. Stocki. tiiiaranoa, 

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4 Tel'phnne 1113. 1'. fi, Drawer "5S. 

♦ «oom 10, MJihoa Block, Victoria. 

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trees bearing. Tloae to steam- ♦ 
boat Inn.fHng. Small housia, barn 
and 8tabl,es.- An Ideal spot. . ][ 

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Jniperial llnnk Clinmbprs. 
604 Y«t«» Str40t 




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Quati7a Street at a Big Figure .^""n 

ANYBODY 

Can Have h Xn\vf..r $15,000 

Tile lot is 59 x 120' feet. Ixnindcd on three sides by streets 
and with t^vo good houses ihcrctin. ' 



THIS IS A SNAP! 

— —$8,500— 



Buys Three Lovely Lots Avith a .Modern Dwelling House. 
Garage and Fine Ornamental Garden / 

On Govern mei/t Street | 

Convcnieipit to Dallas R6ad, Park and Car&v>«,oii Very Easy 

T^rms. 



Heisterman Form an Co. 

1207 Government St. ' Phone 55 



43'4 arrpB.. near Clayoquot, with 

water front of excellent^ 'sandy 

, beach; prlc^' per- acre $9 

Lot. Henzles St., near Slm- 
coe ,.>..' .$1900 

Large lot.' Superior St, 60x140, 
rear government bldgs. . . .ipaioo 

BUslne.'?s lot. 60x120, EsnulmaU 
road, between Rock Bay .ntwl 
Point Ellis bridges, price.. 91600 



E. WHITE 

<0« B cpughton Street. 



Read This Adveriisement rhey 



In Our Opinion 
Are Snaps 



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60x120 Revenue "producing, la.ooo 
«0xl20 Near Blanchard Jit. . 30,000 
60x120 Nearer Blanchard:. 31,000 
Esqnlmalt.' 

A 'busliicss cornor lot In a fliMI 
location; can't be beat...... $850 

Easy terms on all these. 



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Phon4 1386. r. O. Box 40\ 

a4Al CitDit* Kgttnt. 

701 TATBS ST. 



ST. JAMES STREET— one Idoc k from the Oal«- Bay' Hotel and beach . 
and half ii bl6clt from Oak Bay far. 2 Iota for .sale, all cleared, good 
soil, building rcstrlttlon $3,000. Terms 'A cash, balance HOC each 
ix^r fiuafTcr. Price, Jl.tiOO for the two. - — '- 

NEW 6 ROOM HOOse-ON-OAVIE STREET— ISO feet from the car. 
largt' level cleared lot, house has all modern conveniences, street has 
<enif>nt sidewftlks. Price, $3,150. Cash $150 and the balance at $25 
and InlereBt per month. 

5 ROOM MODERN HOUSE AND GOOD LOT ON SOUTH TURNER 
ST REET-rFlre minutes' walk from the poet office, rented at $25 
per month, Prlpe, $3,500. The owner will accept a good lot In a 
good situation as the first pa.vmcnt. Or will sell on eusy terms of* 
$300 caKh. lialanoc JLT) (k-i umnth and Interest. 

4 ROOM HOUSE AND GOOD LEVEL_ LOT QN PINE STREET, 
VICTORIA WEST — clo.se t& the street cars ana churches and school. 
Nice netg4iborhood. Price, $1,300. Terms, $100 caah and the bal- 
ance at $20 per month, including interest. 

RICHARDSON STREET— Bt>autlful. level lots In the Douglas ©state. 
Just belnw Government house. These lots^ are unsurijassed as a 
speculation as the fashionable portion of the city Is growing 
towards^ them, We feci confident they will be . worth $1,500 each in' 
two years. Price $650, on eafly .terms. .Sewers past the lots. 

HDULYWOdD ApDlTIOM — Car runs past the door, levet grassy clear- 
ed lots within one block; of the Koul Bay beach ',these are the cheap- 
est buys in the city at $550 each. Terms, $50 cash and the balance 

<% *t $16 per month, . '" '; , 

McPlierson & Fullcrton Bros. 

Phone i888 . . 618 Trounce Avenue 



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REALTY A.VK Tl.MBER 



Room 11', Mahon Block. 



Insurance— Fire, Lifa and Accident 



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Nine Large Lots on Pine Streeti just ot'i Tohnic .Avenue, aflj'^ining city Iit)iil-;. three iiiimitos' 
walk fn)ni tin I'.xcry Int cloarrd ami lii^'h and dry. Xn mrk. lo per criit. cash, h.ilann- 
easy monthl; ;- . 'uent.s, liacli . ; $450 

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Linden Ayenue 

GRASSY 1,' 'T WitH fe FIvKT F.RONT.^CyR 

I 'lice onlyjpl,"450, oil Terms 
r.csi nuyoil the Street 

WIIJJAM MONTEITH 



Chancary Chambcm 

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Five-room Bungalow on Fcinwood-Road, clcclnv li,t;]it i'u!l hasFniCiit. c;i"m1 
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close, in. with good rev- 
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buy in the bloiik. Cor'- 
4ier is held aL.^ 5,000. 

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$11,000 

Terms- $4,000 ctsh. 
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. CLEARING : 

.".'I Acips of .sploiiditi bottom Inn. I, * 
siafrontaxe, .15 acres cleai-e.l. * 
lovely . running stream riow .m 
throuKh the propc<-t.v; all 
fenced: no buildings; withip :: 
liours from Victoria. Price p^^r 
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AWOTBER SNAP 

SO Acres of A-l land uii..-l(-Hre.i. 
with both sea antl lake frmuapij 
land- level and easily cleamfl 
adjoinlnR: wharf, near .".-1. ■ ■ 
about two hoi»rs froni Vi 

A desirable property nnri ., ,, 

^uy fit. per acre .. ; $25.00 

A^OTHZiZt S1*AP 

115 Acres, small orchani. m ,t, ...s 
Of flm? land, rl-"'. ,i .>,,>: 

J.Jt0Use and oml>uii , ; 

nfl-tural' fipi iiw: ,,i , ,, I,,, 

plp'-d to I , .,\-,, ., 

Initilfni'vi: , ,,^ 

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Jnesday, August 24, 10tO 



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Iced "SALADA" Tea 
takes away heat fi^tlg;ue 
and revives the energies 
that droop from exhaust- 



ion. 



VICTORIA FUEL COWTAftY. 

COAL COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

022 Trounce Ave. Phono 1377 

VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 



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FROM ANTIPOie 



-atest Addition to Canadian- 
Australian Line Pays Initial 
Call to This Port From Aus- 
tralia 



On the Waterfront 

R. M. S. Zealandia, 

Here for the First 




VERY CALM PASSAGE 
! ALL THE WAY 



Kodaks 



and 



PHOTOGRAPHIC 
SUPPLIES 

«,t . 

Maynard's Photo 
Stock House 



715 Pandora St. 



Phone S-360. 



Brought 230 Passengers' in All 
— Capt, J, D, S, Phillips 
Commanding Vessel — Had 
Farewell Ball Aboard 



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Fram Honolulu and ports 'he 

Antipodes, the R. M. S. Zoalaiivl.i, Capt. 
jJ. D. S. Phillips (Xonnecly of the Aor- 
langl and Manuka) . «)i>eratod in the 
I Canadiari-Australian sorvlop and owned 
!. h.v.-,.tiiit„JJu4 dart- P u rk o r C o .. Ltd r.-- of 
.Melbourne, made her initial call at the 

• inter \vharf yesterday afternoon. The 

• iitire passage w«m» made over a calm 
■■^ra, with one or two tropical showora 
ui. the southern zone* 



Canadian Nortlicrn 

STEAMSHIPS Z.rMITX:i> 

Tlio N-v.- 

ST. LAWBENdE-BBISTOI. 

ROUTE 

Magrnifloently Appointed — Pant 
Turbine Steameri 






OYAL EDWARD 
OYAL GEORGE 



13,000 HoasEFOvrxs 

IrESS THAir SIX DATS FSOM 
PORT TO POST. 

Full Information on application 
to E. K. Blackwood, General 
Agent. N. P. R. — 

L. D. Chetham, City Passenger 
Agent, C. P. R. E. R. Stephen, 
G. N. Ry., or W. E. Duperow. 
C. T. A., Grand Trunk Pacific. 




FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

I.pilvins \'i.-io!:,i -. ■- i.ni.. .\u<, '-i, 31, 

.:v.Mntrs QUEEN OK CITY OV PUEBLA 

THROUGH SERVICE 

T^Bve Seattle' 10 a. m., »teamer OOV- 

Kl'.NOR OR I*RE?lt>ENT, Aug 2<i. Sept. 3. 

For Southemtwrn Alaska. COTTAGE CITY 

or CITY OF .SEATTLE leave* Seattle 9 P. 

m . Aug. 2D, .31. .S.pt. 6. 12. 17. > 

TK'KET \NO FREIGHT OFFICE — 1117 
\\ nart str.'pt. Phono 4. 

n. p. iUVHET & CO.. Ltd;, Agenti. 
C. D. DUNMN N. Gen., PaUBenater Agent. ,' 
112 .Markft St,. San Franclaco 
For further Information obtain folder; 



Union S.S. Company 

Of B. (., Ltd. 

Direct, Service Between Vancouver and 

STEWART 

The favorits passenger steamer 



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L/caves Vancouver every Wednes. 9 n.m. 
Ar. Prince Kupert every Frl. eftenioon 
Arrives Stewart every S'i»tar. afternoon 
Leaves Stewart ever/ Saturday 6 p.m. 
Leaves Prlncp liupert every Sun. a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday 9 a.m. 
Tickets from V4etorla at 1105 Wharf 
street. Telephone 1164. 




ThrouKli tickets .-uid through lillln of 
fadtns nro. now IssviPd from Fugel 
Sound and British Columbia ports to 
Atlln, B. C Vkvraon. Y. T. and FaiB- 
bankB, Alaska. Connections made at 
Skafe'wav with nur dally trails, at 
White Hnr.so and Caribou ' with our 
river and lake Htoamers and at- Dawson 
w)tli steanii.rs for points on iho Lower 
Tukon river. 

Fur Xurthor Iiifnrrnat'on apply, 

TJIAPPIC DEPARTMENT W. P. «t Y. B, 

40'5 Winch HulidlnK, V».nr-.. .: IV ' C. 



S.S. 


"Goege Wdow" 


ZreavAS 


the a. T. P. Wharf at 7:30 


a. m., 


every Moiid-iy, Wednesday 




And Priday 


For Salt vJSprlng, Mayne, Galiapo, | 


Pender 


and other l.slands, calling 1 


at Cowlchaif'Bay on Mondaysan^ ■ | 


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TTarhor, on SaturdnyM. 


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Mayne Island at 7:00 a. m 


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Tuesday, Thursday i 


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charter 


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Two hundred and thirty -eigrht pas- 
sengers made the entire complement ot 
the vesstil's first trip to Canada, in- 
cluded among whoni wa.s the all-star 
American rugby, football team which 
Ls returning to California. This aggre- 
gation met with no Rxeat success in 
Australia and New Zealand. Out of 
f'lurteen games played the Americana 
won three an-d drpw two. They con- 
nected' with tl)e Charlotte for Seattle 
and proceeded southward. 

Notable among those on the vessel 

was Sir Everd Im Thurn,. govemof of 

Fiji,' accontpanied .by I-.ady Im Thurn 

I find secretary, Hon. McCllntock Burn- 

fbury. They are j-eturning to England, 

Sir Everd having" completed hia term 

in the Fiji capltaL , * 

The Cargo 

The Cftrgo consl.sted of the following: 

Twentj;- three barrels of "oll, 7,504 
pieces of timber, 13cks. pelts, 1125 
sacks hides, 3 bales fursklna, 127 bales 
and 184 sacks glue pieces, 229 sacks 
seed, 2,272 carcasses mutton, 50 crates 
rabbits, 4 gs. kidneys, 20 <;ases bacon, 
■ 446. cases canned meats, 157 cases can- 
ned fruits, 210 crates 11 cases 20 pkgs. 
fresh fruit, 87 cases Jiinv, 49 boxes 
dried fruits, 6,607 sacks sugar, 17 bags 
ana. root arid (luantiCy general mer- 
chandise. 

Owing to the fact that the Zealandla 
is equipped with the most modern 
wireless apparatus of the Marconi sys-. 
tem, the wireless operator, W. Keara- 
ley,, found g:reat difficulty in communi- 
cating with the stations of British Co- 
lumbia; With a power of sending 1200 
mires the vessel was unable, at any 
time, to make any of the British Co- 
lumibla stations. The stations of Bri- 
tish Columbia coast are more or leas 
United Wireless syat^m. 

A farewell fancy dress ball v^aa hfrld 
aboard the vessel the last night at 
sea and proved very successful. A fine 
of two shillings wps imposed to those 
who failed to appear in ma.sk or fancy 
diresa. There were few, howev.ei", who 
Were "stung" for the price. 
Tha Passengers 

Following is a UlBt of the Victoria 
Ijassongers: 

Mr. and Mrs. X. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. 
Ci F. Clejnons, Mr. and Mrs, G. Prince 
and child, Mr. and Mrs. N; G. Bree and 
child, Mr. unci Mrs. A. Werner^; Mes- 

dames F. \V, K '' >-r"'tson, L. R. 

MuElon, C. Al : and. two 

children; Mls.-.^ i. i,. ....,, .a, L. Mcl> 
len, A. Govvan, Mav Smith. G. Jones, 
E. Charles, M. Smith. L. Tuttle; 
Mrssrs. D. W. Burbank, K. bole. G. E. 
Cheda, \V. L. Hortan, 1*, K. MItoturn, 
II. Fitting, B. Erb, F. C. Brown,. T> 
Sanborn, A. E. Roth, E. Kern. J. G. 
Schaefier, C.' Phplger,~J. Burgglna, M« 
Hiirri.s, A. Bllio.lt, C. Allen, E. U 
WiittH, M. • Morris. D. Hardy. B. 
Schwartz, W. Panley, C. S. Gerf, L. 
Leavett, C. Bennett, W. K. Vincent, N. 
Li. Walker, .1. H. Smith, E. Crotton, O. 
Crotton, S. J. Til mo, O. GullTre, W; 
Fr^lgo, A. ReRensburger, J. Martin, F, 
Poller, J. H. Smith, W. N. Bkttersby, 
A. Fox, and .Master D. Stanley. 
Description of Vessel 

,The Zeulandla in a twin .hc rew steam- 
er and was chartereil by thf Union 
Slfam!»hlp C'''npa'" '••■■' ♦■ .. Jludd;ir' 
Parker company ■ anadiai, 

Australian servk. . .■.,. ,. i - built W 
Messrs. Alex. .Stephen.s & Sons, (build 
er" ■■! "!< Mnkura of the same tieit 
a:. !.u«ltanla). Shu Ifeft Greenock 

fi.i ,.;;. :i.tlla May M 

Her. dimensions nglh 410 feet 

with a beam f«f ,•■ i : .-ct. Her deptli 
is 37 feet. ' ■ ■ 

While pritKipally designed for iias- 
sengers, the Zea'landia can , cai 
large cargo. In additiDii to the 
quantity of coal ires and 

ca rgo gear lia?i 1h :inged f" 

speedy. and economical iiandilng ^ 
go of any weight np in thirty to; 
one lift, by mean nf i'mi-i- 

powerful wlnohe . itch, A\ 

jnrge space has l.ieen divided off and 
I Insulated for the reception, of frozen 
*;ood8, the refrigerating ,iipparatu8 ije- 
! iiig on the C02 system of Messrs. J. 
innd E. Hall, Ulmlted. The .bulkheads 
dividing the Tiirgo K'old.s are carefully 
i Mrranged to make the liest possible 
, .'^ub-dlvt»}on, and In addition the' 
{ Stone-Lloyd system of automatically 
I closing the vyaterllght doors has heen^j 
j titled througlioul. 

i The pcLftsenBer . ; 

very oxtenslye, oOcup: iiig lour decks, 

and consilb'tiniT o.Mlrat class (including 

a iiuTnler of f;pcclHl suites), intermed- 

;ii<te. ami third- '.l&SB. The flr8t-clus.«i 

I «fxtr -rot-ms are separately designed' 

j by th..' builders in varying Htylcs of 

I decoration and a large number are iir- 

i ranged fas single-berth cu;bln.s— the re- 

1 in.Titider helnd," fitted )'.n- 'mo per.«ion.s 

I only. No overhead bertha iare. fitted. 

'.uid eve.y.crfbKi has a separate wa.sh- 

i 1 a^in for tach jrissengor, with a con- 

f^t'int Mipjily of water, i.'nd a Chlppen- 

' dttle urltirg d.efk, ci3 weil as wardrobes, 

j seats, tables and tii^nti. Many of the 

; ro.>itiF It.Tve i.riviitc liaths and other 




West, his confederate has lj««n turned 
over to the city police authorities to 
uwalt the Investigation by federal 
authorities. / 

"('apt. Wood's funeral will be to- 
morrow." 



City of PuobIa South. 
The steamer City of.Pucbla is due 
to sal! «outh from the outer wharf 
this mornInK' wIlli many passengers 
from ■ the Australian boat. She is 
due about 10 u. m. 



Rainiar Visiting Mer«. 

The little Btearner Rainier, owned 
by Mr. Hemrlch of the litilnlcr Brew- 
liix Company of Seattle was In port 
> esterda\'. Tliere l.s iiiilte a party 
aboard the vessel and they are viewing 
the beauties of the city. 



SpitheaH Pasatks In. 

The steamer Spltliead papsed in 

from Java ye.ste.rday ^.iiTinrnlnK and 

proceerti-d to Vanc.-ouver To dlriciiarRe 
a large <carKo of sugar at^ the li. C Re- 
llnery. The ve.ssel Is due to report 
to the Waterlnnise ileet Sept. 4. Tlij? 
vessel will have to he cleared very 
quickly to make her charter good. 

WILL EXCEeTaLL 

ALL LINER'S AFLOAT 

White Star Liner Olympic Will be 

Launched in October — Titanic 

To Follow in January 1911 



CANADIAN 



rmA.zmn rmoM VAjrootrvsR. 

8:00 a. m...Expr^08 for Wlnnlp,fi,- 

and Montreal. 

3 p. m E.xpr«Bs for 8t. f'nul 

7;30 p. m.i.Kxpreus for Wiuniii, >.; 

and Montreal. 

■TBAMMKZPfl rsOM VICTORIA 
TO VAirCOITVER. 

2:15 p m. Dally except WfU\<'hn:,v 
11:15 p. rn .... .Daily 

TO aZATTX.£. 

6 p. m. ....Dally 

TO NAVAIMO. 

6 a- "^- ■ ■ ■ i:vci y Tuesday 

TO TTiriOir AKO COMOX. 

C ;00 a. tw Kvery Tuesrlay 



TO AX.ASXA. 

11 I m A_nji^^.^,(i_an(l Si.-pt Z 

j^\ every I'"rl(liiv tlien-a riu'r. 
',. TO FBXSrOE RUPSST. 

nil m Aii«. 26 an.r Kept 2 

||ld fiV(-TV . I''rlday thcrefif Iit. 

Ta?omr essiitoton, sxeeita 

inrSR AND QUEEN CKAR- 
I.OTTE ISI.ANDB. 

11 >. n> .\UK. ~'-i. .Sept. ,Vl!i 

Xi^tOXHO CAMPS AND RIVERS 
* IMT.ET. 

ijFMidnlRht Kvery .Monday 

■ TO CHINA AND JAPAN. 

jjjpproKH of Japaji Swpt. 7 

jj.nloaKl.' ....Sept. 20 

rO AUBTRAI.IA AND NEW 
, ZEAI.AND. 

'Zelandia (new).... Sept. 

iftrania . . . ( ictohor '7 

X>rontii and return. Tickets on 
»ilo jMikusi 19 to Kept. :?. <''Hjod 
pturnlng untlj ^Sept. 23i(1.' 



Toronto Exhibition JExcursfon, $61. 

VNTXZ. PTTRTHER NOTICE THBBS WII.I, BE NO BOAT TO VAN 
COUVEB AT 2.15 p. m. WEDNESDAYS. ' 

For further, partloularu' apply to. I». D, CHETHAM, 

1102 Government Street. ' 'it -■ . 1 ■as:--,nK-f i; .\c<-n!. 



t 



ing, saioon,- scciiil hoii and entrance," 
snK>king loom f nd thildren's room are 
lavishly dtctrated to Messrs. Stephen's 
ov/n desig-ii.x, wllh all the best modern 
feattrrcs. Huch as s.nali fables in "the 
dining saloon adapted for separate par- 
tio^; a gruml plan., in the social hall; 
and the ii>.ual Juxi-'ries In tiie' amok- 
l.ig room, ill •.ii'j .Hhayc of^oJgar light-- 
era, etc^ • 

First-clii^^ :■ . •, n'jtfs^TTiTva a large 
cv-en-nlr cafe or verandah on the 
promenade deck. The Intermediate pas- 
aeng->r acoonlmodatlon la situated aft 
in the pcop. ^v lule thlrd-cla.ss paaaen- 
gar;; ai e berih.^d n the 'tween decks. 

The ships flit rgs Include Telemotor 
steering gear, and .1 Clayton's disin- 
fecting mier Ine; while in the engine 
ri>oni B})eciiil ire.ntiun may be made cif 
Stone's ash ex'p'jiicr, fitted in addition 
t) the See's atii e^eclois. The engines, 
•whicn have ui.^^o D»:en ccnstructed by 
Mcsferjt, Stephens, are of the twin 
sorew triple cxjjanslon type, and sup- 
pll-»d by Mteara fion: 'hree double end- 
ed boi;i(ri», wkh a r.ingie ended boiler 
in re.serve, all ntted with Howdcn's 
forced draught. Messrs. Waiies, Dove 
and Co.'s tituinastic deck covering has 
been 'appiled to flush up deck, plating 
on upper ahclter poop, bridge, and fore- 
c.'istle deck?; and their bitumastic 
enamel to all winches and gutterways. 





-—Go North Tonight., 
The steamers St. Denis and Vadao 
will eall for northern British Colum- 
bia ports tonight. They will' both 
rnr.v full cargoes. 



TO SEATTLE OVER 



A s-'N'r^ Definite Announcement 
Has Been Made it is Lil<ely 
Iroquois Will CallHere No 
More , ' 



Prince G*o£ge Tonight. 

The -O. T.. P. liner Prince George 
■will ariHve here about) 7.30 p.m. to- 
night from Prince Rupert She is 
brlnginB the Laurlcr party to Vancou- 
ver, arriving there about noon. 



: SHIPPIMG mTELLIGENCE ! 

♦ ■_ ^ — ♦ 

♦ By Government Wireless -* 



As no word has been forthcoming 
and the Canadian Pacitic has made 
a pharler for the steamer Irotiuois to 
relieve the three-funnellerS on Wed- 
nesdays and Thuradaya, it Is' probable 
that the morning service to Seattle 
from this city Is over for the present 
year. Mr. J. Mc.\rthur of the line 
has gone to Seattle and will probably 
close the offices of tne company^ here. 
Hlthe,rto- Victorians have been enjoy- 
ing both a double i&assenger and mall 
service to and from the Sound, but 
with no announcement in sight It is 
certaiti that the service will be ab- 
andoned. ,; - 

The steamer Iroquoia. Ib 0.t «e""i?re8- 
ent time toeing used more or Jeae as 
an excursion vessel on the Sound, when 
the fa not filling her cotUract to the 
C.-P. . R. Navigation corfipany. The 
vessel will bring one tlioaiaiLnd_exc,ur- 
jslonlsts from BelUnghum and Apsicor- 
tes Saturday,, including the ball, team 
of the latter oKy, wlrtrh -wttl engage 
m battle with the local nine. 



RELATES STORY OF 



convi uience;- 



T), 



:r.l)l|f r"i.ni.s, dln- 



, 8 a. im. ♦ 

Point Orey.-<-Clear; calm; -♦• 

hazy, seaward; 30.14; oi. ' ■*■ 

Cai>e Lazo. — Clear; N, W. ♦ 

gale; 3U.liJ; 52,; sea moderate. ♦ 

, Tatf^osh. — Clear; S. 14 miles; > ■♦• 

30.27; 68; OBt. Tiverton i6.05 a. , •♦■ 

m. .. ,- • - ♦ 

'Pachena. — Clear; calm; 30.22; ♦ 

BO; 86a smooth. -♦ 

Estevan.--rCIear; N. W.J ♦ 

80.1 &: 58; light swell. . ♦ 

Ikeda.— <:Moudy;',JJ. W.; 80,88; ••• 

57; light swell, ■♦■ 

f Triangle.— Cloudy; S. W. 24 ♦ 

miles; 29.70; 45; sea amboth.-;^ ■*■ 

Prince Rupert. — Clear; calni; ■♦• 

29.62; 60; sea aniooth; spoke ♦ 

Prince George 3 p. m.; paBsed -*■ 

out 8.30 p. m. lifouth jjound., ■*■ 

Noon ♦ 

l>oJ»t -Orey.— Clear; ceil^: ♦ 

hazy seaward; 30.23; 71; ps^ss- -•• 

cd out Vadao at 10.15 a. m. ■♦• 

Cape Lazo. — Clear; wind K. ■*■ 

y/.; 30.23; 80; sea rough; spoke -•• 

Prince .Rupert at 9.45 a. m. '■*■ 

■ north bound off here.. . ■■*■ 

Tatoosh.-T-Clear; wind N, ' .4 ♦ 

miles; 30. "^O; r>7; sea smooth; •* 

out, ste: ; owergale 3.30 ■♦- 

:> "1 ; ' In, .:, .i.andia at 11.30 ♦ 

♦ 

I '.uhena. — Clear; wind .v. ♦ 

\v 30.36; 55; light swell. ♦ 

iOstevan. — Clear; wjnd N.W.; ♦ 

30.13; 56; sea smooth. __: 4: 

Triangle. — Cloudy; wind N. '•*■ 

17 miles; 29.71; 72; spoke -^ 

t'luice Gedrgp at 10 a. m., in, -♦• 

FItzhugh Sound south bound. *■ 

V'-lnce Rnpf rt '-u^-^a--- ••••t,.< ♦ 

'K.09; fi."i • 

i riiu-es.s. Ro.vu I iil .^.l.i n.. in. -• 

lkeda.-'-<'lear; wind N. . Wi; ♦ 

■iO.48; sea moderate. ' -♦■ 

6 p. m. ♦ 

' ■ , ' : ,1/ Clear; ?ralm; ■*- 

! : inp., 56;' sea -♦- 

einuijlli; no .'-l;i im'''1w,'. ^ ♦ 

Point Grey, i'|..ii.|,'. calm; > 

bar., "''•". lemp.,, iid. s>.'(i.- ♦■ 

smoci 1 I' 'dilppinpf. -♦• 

Tatoosh.— Clear; calm; bar., -*■ 

'Jd.05; temp., AT', no shIpplnR. -♦- 

PHPhena.r-Clear; s : ' ' ♦ 

bar,, 29. 5; . „ temp., ♦ 

rough; no shipping. ♦ 

Estevtm. — Clear; M' im: ♦ 

<vlnd; bar., 30.20; temp., t;:.; ♦ 

.•^iioke Tees weMtbound, will at'- •♦ 

rlve'Hesquoit 7' p, ni -♦- 

Prince Rupert. — ^Cl' i > tlni: -•• 

bar., 30.05; lemr>., 5(i; »ea -*- 

smooth; passed In, steamer ■*■ 

Cottage City, 5 p. m; -♦■ 

Ikcdn. — Clear; S. W. uuul. -•■ 

bar., 30.05; temp,, •'••>; sea "•- 

rough; no shipping. -♦• 

Trinagle,— Clear; .V. W. WlAid; ■*■ 

bar,, •W.O.''); te'mp., it7; spoke ■♦■ 

I'rinco George poiithb'ound; '♦■ 
will arrive Vaiu'iiiiv'T 11 p. m.; 
ppokc Prlrii-e Uiiiirrt north- 
lidiind chatiitim Point 1 p. m. 



HIS OMESEA WRECK 



Captain R. M. Seveld of Steamer 

Aagot Has Had But a Single 

Aocidant in 26 Years 



Captain R.' M. Seveld , of the, Nor- 
wegian steamer Aagot, which ' sailed 
for Australia a lew days ago, Has 
been, a master 61! a vessel for 26 
years, and during that entire period, 
he^ says, he has hud but one accident. 
But that was a bad one. as hia 
steamer went down in a collision, two 
of the crew were lost and the sur- 
vtvons had a narrow escapein gef^ 
ting away^ with- their lives. 

"The aeeident occurred, oft Capej 
Hatteraa six .years ago," said Catitain 
Seveld. "In command of the Norwe- 
gian s'teamer Lief Errickson, 1 was 
bound . from Mantanzas, Cuba, for 
Philadelphia, with a cargo of sugar. 
In a thick fog the st>.'ainer City of 
Everett, a , Standard Oil vessel, ran 
Into, us Just south ot Cape Hattpras. 
She struck our port quarter and came 
near cutting the Lief Errlckaon In 
two. She would have gone through 
her like a knife had my steamerbeen 
light Instead of loaded with sugar. 
At any rale, the Erickson was so 
badly dj^ablod that she sank in a few 
Tnomenta. 1 carried a crew of 26. In- 
cluding officers, and all escaped In 
the lifeboats except two of the sail- 
ors, who- went down With the' wreck. 

•"After drifting around for a while, 
wp wf're finally picked up by the City,, 
i.i KvMretf. She was, bound from New- 
^ rk ti Port Arthur with a cargo 
A hole 40 feet long-wa* rlp- 
i 11 lier side as a result of the col- 

lision. But twtunatdy the damage 
Was mostly above the «vater line. She 
changed her cflurse and returnt>d to 
New York, where she had to undergo 
extensive repairs, with this, excep- 
tion, I have never expi.rleneed a mis- 
hap since becoming a master.^' 

Captain Seveld Is 66 years old and 
he has been at sea for 40 .vears. When 
she wont d*TWnv'-h*-*ftj^"t1rat the Lief 
Errickson carried with "ITP^ the' same 
propfdicr which had been on . her for 
17 years. He declares that It was In 
.iM good shape ns the day It was In- 
Bla.lled. He cited t.hia fact to show 
tlml deep water craft were well hunt 
111 the early days, and not (•f>nt 
gpltinK some little thing wroi: 
" n abo'ut every vovijg,-, 
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Confirms Press Story. 

rn'sideiit II. I'". .\I.A,i.,,l.-i 
Alaska Pacitic yteam.-^hip conipany, at 
Tncoma, received a 'ti'legraph letter 
from ■ San Francisco agents of the 
company; furnishing additional .tL>- 
lalls of the irugedy on the Bnckman. 
The message, which cnrrohorittes the 
Associated .Priv-s di^iiii!''' ' ' ' 

lows: 

"San l''r;tnciHco, Aug, .,(. ( 'ai'd. i 
Wood was shot while lying on his 
couch by "Thomas, who.m; confederate 
held up the iiiiartermaster and bridge 
officer. Their lnte,ptlnn was to rob ] 
the iiaHsengera and beach the steamer. 

"After shontinR (.'apt. Wood, Thom- 
as fired at .levoral other members itT 
the crew. Hrennen returned fire WiMi 
Capt. Wood's revolver. Thoma.-K then 
Jumped overboard with a life belt. 



BEIJ''AKT, Aug. 23.— Vul. an':-^ fabled 
work.'dujp on thi~ heighls of Olyuipla, 
where the thunili-rbolts of the gfTfls 
were "fitrged, waS' a nol.sy place indeed 
cornpar.ijMl to the compy.ratlve (julet 
that reigns o\er the bustling Belfast 
shipya,rds of Ilarlarrd & Wolff, where 
the White Star line's twin sea giants 
Olynipia and Tita,nlc are under conr 
slructlon.' Modern methods have 
eliminated practically all the noise, es- 
pecially thai of the rivaling proces.s, 
ah tlie large plates "comprising the 
.sides of these ^aea monsters are being 
clumped by a new hydraulic system. 

The Olympic's plating is finished and 
her huge hull overtowors that of tho 
Titanic," the i)lating of which Is nearly 
two-thlcds compleledr— Work on tho 
Olympic was started in January, 190'.', 
an d on the Titani c the AjSrii follow- 
ing, and the former 'steamer is sched- 
uled to leave the w-a^^aT on October 20th 
next, the Titanic following about Jan- 
"iiary 1. 1911. Both will enter the 
White Star line's New York-Plymouth- 
Cliorbourg-Southampton service next 
summer. 

Beat Everything Afloat 

These massive ships are 860 feet 
long and 45,000 register, wfflch means 
that they exceed all others now afloat 
by .70 feet In length and by 13,000 tons 
measurement. It is estimated that 
their deadweight at launching timu 
will be between 25,000 and 30,000 tons. 
while their total displacement when 
fi;Jly equipped Is calculated to .be more 
than 60,000 tons. The steamers a.re 
160 feet longer than the height of the 
Metropolitan to\yer in New York, while 
they dwia.rf the ^Washington monu- 
ment, 55 feet high, to which so many 
rocenl ' vessels have been compared. 
When it Is realized that their com- 
bined tonnage far exceeds that of all 
the vessels engaged upon both sides 
•of the famous conflict of the Spanish 
armada, and thait Iheir tonnage la 10 
times greater than any one of the 
famous Atlantic greyhounds of little 
more than a decade ago, the enormous 
strides In marine architecture are bet- 
ter upprifciated.- - -- 

The immense gantries; By Which 
technical terms the "cradles" la which 
the Olyni'ptc and Titanic are being 
reared are known, form most imposlfi'g/ 
landmarks at Bolfa.st. Each gantry is 
1,000 feet long and lici leet wide, and 
•before the keel of ' either — vessel was 
laid narly a million dollars had been 
expended building them in preparation 
for this vast undertaking. 

Beams Weigh Four Tons 
The largest single plates, of steel 
employed on the. ships measure 36 
feet and weigh 4 1-4 ton.s, and the 
largest slnglo.bcam, aupportlng the 
decks, measures 92 feet and tops 4 
tons. The giant rudder, which will 
be e.isily cohtrolltd by a specially de- 
signed electric motor, weighs 100 tons, 
and the_"bos8-arms," the luige brack- 
ets which holdi the triple-screws, weigh 
t'' t-2 tons. On these ships mare than 
1,000.000 s'peclally welded steel rivets 
have been used to fasten the plates 
'of the huge double bottoms_alpne,^g- 
jgregating 540 tons, and along the tow- 
ering sides these rivet heads stand oat 
by the thousands, glvlng> the bulla 
evi»ry appearance of the greatest stab- 
ility. 

The White Star line has Intimated 
that the stateroom accommodations 
cm the' Olympic and Titanic will afford 
every comfort and luxury, the cabin 
being eepecially large and tho fittlngB 
and equipment along novel lines. In 
the public apartments, such as the 
dining saloons, "lounges," ^smoking 
r«.oms and drawing rooms, the decor- 
jvtions are now being prepared by the 
best foreign artists and exquisite ef- 
fects are being" obtained. The ships 
will be e.pilpped for 600 .first class, 
500 second clnSa and 2^000 third class 
passehger.?, with a cjrew of SCO. ' 

■ . To. Bo Launched Soon 
The Olympic, which will be launch-, 
ed oil (U'tober 20ih next, will enter the 
/Uiantic trade In tho summer of 1911, 
and the Titanic, dii<> to leave the ways 
soon after January 1, lUll, will be In 
commlHsiori In the eatly fall following. 
It Is cnnfldentl.v. expected that these 
sea mon.sters will, find instant favor 
with th.e traveling piibHc, becaii.<>e they 
will- far Hiirp.isK In size, . comfort and 
luxury ^mr pthers In the transatlantic 
trade. ••- ', ', : 






CLERGYMEN. ATTENTION! 



Tower Gate Fer-Golumbia River 
The stennior Tower, Gate passed out 
yeMerday from <'....,..v to the Colum- 
bia rlvrr, wii. ii ill ipad cargo' for 

\\\f* f Irlv.Ti t 

4 

Aorangi Deouj Hepnoed .,, j\^ 

former < '•in.'i(li;i ii-.\u.'--trallan 
iiinr .\oraiigi which i)lic(l into Uils 
iHirt iA being repaired at Sydney, N. 
S. W., according to world brought by 
the Zealandla, for local service out of 
Sydney, She will not return ' , 

Australian- Victoria service, 

' Ningchpw Sail- Fc- Tacoma 
Tlje Blue Funnel liner .\ingchow AwXt- 
the outer wharf yesterday after com- 
pleting her cargo of whale oil for the 
United Kingdom, for Tacoma, where 
,sli.. \','ill complol, " 

Alaska Excursion Season Ovor 
lOxcursions of the pri'-sent sensun i 
SoiiiTicTIB'rpni .'Vlaska glaciers and 
j>l«ceH of Interest, hwvtj-now been con- 
cluded. The Spokane arrived at Seal- 
tie Mondn.v, anil (li< crow has been! 
p?ild nIT. The • ' will be tied up i 
liidcflnitely. 1 



After-- ConJcrencc, enjoy th-e-btraTitie.s 
and ' p^randeur of the Pacific .Coast as 
viewed from air Palatial Steamer.s on trip 

To Prince Rupert or Stewart ' 

::._., Unique, Insructive and Inspirino 

For Prince Rupert, Stewart Queen Charlotte Islands 

Via Van;ouvcr 

Ss. PRINCE RUPERT— 3.500 Tons— Ss. PRINCE GEORGE 

• SOTTBLE WEEILY SAII,1N<5S -' 

EVERY MONDAT. 10 a. m. I .T]VERY FRIDAY, 10 a. m. 

t 

POR SEATTIiB AT MIDNIGHT 

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SETTTRNINa — icava Seattle on St»dayg and TUuradaya at MWniglit. 

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Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 
New England, New York and South and East 

■Via -Any Route. 

Finest roadbed, modem and luxtrloits trains. For Information an to 
fares, etc., also for folders and particulars re Grand Trunk Pacific points, 
apply at temporary office. G. T. P. dock. Wharf Street, rear of Post 
Offic*. Write or telephone: 

W. b; DUPEROW, Telephone 2431. HAROLD BRQWN. 

<3r P. & T. A. Dock and Freight Agent G,. T. P. S. S. 

Qenerial Agency TranB-Atlantlc Steamship Lines. 




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Classed loo Ai at Lloyds. 

Fof* Skeena, Prince Rupert and Stewart, Will Sail 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 25th 

S.S. ST. DENIS 

For Campbell River, River.'^ inlet and Uclla Coola 
THURSDAY, AUGUST 25th 



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Splendid Waterfront 
Property 

Comprising: ,i',jj ' fotir acres,^having <ViQ^fect of waterfront on 
Victoria .'Kf- ' 800 feet on Gor^e Roa4.- Thi.'; property i? 

very desiral'.. ; . three larg.e-V'esidenfe- I'rr-ntinq- on the water, 
while the riar portion c?in be ciitnp iiitu n -idcnco, lot.'^. .' ]t 
also is ver\ -nit able loir a inariufacnirinc:' <itc, as it can be' 
rea'ched by -niall steatn' cfaft and baioc ^. _—,*_-, 

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plication. '>^ .'.tcrfrontage is increia>ing; in value right along 
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Choice Gordon Head . 
Acreage - 

Forty Acres of the choicest land in Gdrdoii Head district, all 
under cultivation. Fiilie water'sujiply, high situation, fronts 
on main road. This is one'of the best'bargains in lb' 
trict. Price, on terrfis ....... i S2-2,000 

Also 73.3 ' .'\cres, about one-third cleared, balance limbered. 
Price, on er><v ierms of -[■ntrmenl. per acre . . .,.w ^500 

■ Business Properties 

i have a li'^t of properties on all llir business Streets 

im' ilK'ntyTaii "I which arc .,go(,)d investments. 
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BISH PilRLIlEITS 



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llie fiKourageiui'iil of Una otlieis. to point 
i-o tliu iinu who littvo inailo u declilea 
laui k. 

BrUlUnt ir«w M«ii 

"f tho ii)-w -ciiniLM'K, fliHt pluce must 
I'l- uUow to Mr. HUHil-Muttliiml, of Kasl 
lUniiiiiKluuii. JIf bus II Kooil prt'sitiu't-, u 
vlj,'iir(iiis... tiiouKli soiiiewhul liuid vdIoo, 
ftiiil lit^ tiilkH liuiioliniiliy. tlilnUs clearly, 
i<ii(l ftii'h puliit lie dilvi'H homo with ol'- 
't'l't. .\ox(: coinos' Mr. Muokirnlfi-, ol' 
Oln!+Ki>w. X-H-VjiiUI not tie.scrlhe liiiii aw n 
IJulUlclun In the onlhiiuy senxc .jr/lhi- 
term. Ha 1ih.s npt>iit much of hl.s life 
tlt-ulhiK with the Mciciict- of ijoliiu-n, 
railior ihuii wilh what r'tiHscs curreuL a.s 
pollUcs, Hu brhiK-s a Trosh vLsloii to 
l>e:n- upon Imi'tiriul iiolitics — iioUelnK' 
Krtuit Unutencles wlileh the oi-dinury mtin 
Is iitollnea to mls-s — antl though ho lias 
!ioi ,s)i()keri oftoii hu mukoa evc'i-y ouo 
I lf<;l that he lui!i Ufttnl tho tloljatf to -,, 
A review of tho se:«,«Ton of the iirltili j 'I'Jrl'er I'lau.e. .Ma.|(ir .\ilum oC Woohvhli 



has Hhown u wUh' knoivlcilo" "f uiniy af- 
falrn. and Bcarcely an iifternoon has pas.s- 
till without Mr. Alan liurgoyno, of ICeii- 
slngion, a yoiiiiK toriii'ilo of a polUlclun, 
firln'b a tUinaKing t<li«l into the first Jori,! 
of llif aiimlralty. Mr. CharluH IhUhurMt 
has (llslnKuhshcil hlnitsflf by his closo 
Hct|i.i'^ilnlanr<> with aKrlcullural HubJeutM. 
tilt,;. Maj'iiuMK.s of Tulllbarillni" huK bucii a 
PC .•^iKtfiU fi'ltic of tht! Kt)OM'rnn\ont ; Mr. 

I'tiKf <.'r«')fl- iiiiKiio.'* iu> uppurtiiniLy-- u.f ,, 

niaking u point for tariff ri^form; whilst 
othora who have tlont\ par-tii;.ularly '^^'^ 
iiro-Mr. ,B. 10. Polo, i.'uplala .Tryoii, lyyr. 
Urnisby-Onrc, ami Mr. Arnold \Var(l — all 
mini of Intllvhlualliy and perHislence. Of 
coursp. with tho "Irnce" in e.xlHlence tho 
curb haw hcon opplled in dobalo. , But 
the UnloniKt part>' liavo every i-t-ason to 
\)C satif^fiftl with tho yount,' men who 
,hn>.i been wlnnliiK tholr sinirs this ses- 
sion. 



parllamont ■ Ju.st conolinlod in kIv'-u frmi | 
the i)eu of John J/oater in the l,niuln 
Dally Standard of Auk'ust -llh: 

The royal assent was gl.vt,>n i:.«.«l.eriia' 
'",.a...iMiSl.j!il..i;.f I'-^Sislatlvo inea.siirijs, li- 
cludinK t'lie Accession peciuration btl 
and iiarliamoiit ntiw 'stantls ail,ionrm\ 
until the middb' of XovcmlH'r. The con 
.■-tltutloiinl sit^irtXiuii is Intfrt'stl'nK. fo 
HithouRhthc fliM-k of 'iiarllamenis an 
iiounced In Norpinn l'"roncli "he K.il h 
voiill" to tlii^ few asisomiilect peers amJ 
commons, and thouKli it Is King tJeorKq 
who wills each incasnre to become !;iv.', 
'Ills >.s not KiuK CJeorge's |iarltaineiu li 
^v\l\ not bo Ills pnvll.'nicM! iiiitll he ii.i.'- 
met i( and t.'iken I' -i 'rcchnicall\-. 
therefore, we are ,si, ! ..-i lii,. pMrllament 
of 10dwara_Vt!. 'I'lie i,-iw l.s that t!ie 
KhiK takes the o.iih on nieetliiK the first 
liarllanient eli>cted ;;:!<!■ lils accession. 
aiLd constitutionalists iiir in disagree- 
ment as to whether the lai.' Kiuj,- took 
the onth at the rlRlit time i>r not. ITiider 
the Prime Minister's advice King GeorKc 
lias intpiproteil "new parliament" .as 

iif)W session." and luily wlien Ills Ma- 
■eny meets pailiainent next Februarj; 
"ill tho constitution of KiuK. lords ami 
• immonti be strictly estaiiUfjhec!. 

The catalogue of the business" of the 
session — the civil list, the ReRoncy hill, 
and various minor social measures — non- 
party if not iion-controverslul, has ul- 
leudy apiiearetl In these columns. The 
!<-ntlency, even ott matters t)f retlKion. 
" iien Or.-inK-omen and Itomaniats, faced 
"lie finother. ha.s be<^n to- avoid acrimony. 
We have, however, had reckle«.s and iin- 
V ortliy Socl.Mlist speeches against the 
;i.va| f?imib-; l^ut It woiiltl be unwise to. 
< onsliler them of any Importance, es- 
pecially as they were Intenijled for self- 
; IvertisinK purposes, rather than as be- 

•lU'esentative of any oiiinion. in the 




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EDITED trt 

MEyiftEfe CW4Xt>lA,N MlNli% 

INSTITUTE, GREENWLU. 

■OLD MEDALIST NOBTH"EN&- 

LAND iN;T\TOTr°'V,miN&- 




tabor Party's PosUiOB 

V« ! • I i. hilbor party, as a wIiol«, 
liiey may tie sii1d, in current phrase, (o 
I'c "in the pockets" of the ;,-ov<?rriment. 
I'lieir indeptmdencc has entirely dlsaji-. 
loarod. True, jjl.ii._.one occasion, they 
brougrlit forward a nvotlon agaitist the 
f^overi.inient. but it .^vas net',*r intended 
to be more 'jhan a parade. This motion, 
"ti the matter of Koodwa'ges to gi>vern- 
"lent employt^es. was supported by the 
■Miservalives. Ever limited in fore- 
w,'hi. the Socialists had not reckoned 
w Ith this. When they saw that tlu.-re 
^ as a prospect of their motion belns 
t Mirleil, the.v hurriedly retreated. They 
winild not vote for their own motion. 
Since then, the Labor parl,y, ns an In- 
depotiilent force In parlljiment. liavo been 
iiealed with a smile, aiid the experieiic<^d 
I'olltician lias bj^en led to conclude that 
'iiey have sold their position for hard 
. ,!.-li — In the shapeof a Uf>r'nil .cohtribu^. 
won to the fighting funtl. , , - .; 

Thinigh there was. soRje ki'dRlne oVer 
tho traces on the viBto. the,if,pvertjnictii 1 
men are a falrty cohesive bofly. Publlt 
opfnTon'w'ectrecl oiit nKn»t— of 
at tho last electidn, and the few that re- 
main, though ihey sAy their say, gener- 
ally go into the riiiahstorlal lobby, yfte 
I'romler is noW recognized a? the strong 
man when there L<i no danger, but as Tine 
who ilouble!? up when heseeii a blow 
.>o'min« Ills jvay. Mr. tiloyil George's 
reputation is "as It, was." except thai he 

' (loPR'Tiow" know sonrertitn^ of the propos- 
.-Os of his 'own budgets. "' T^he belief. 
.that he d'jps not "pUiy tho game"' In 
jiolltlcs has been nccen'tuated by- Ills f«- 
^■oritlsm, under pressure; towards the 
lri,':li Ii((Uor trade. Having said that 

, Irelanil must be treated- the same p.s 

' P.ritain, and that the minister who took 
i)ff the drink taxes Rh'buld be Impeached, 
he proceeded, by order'ln councll.'and be- 
hind the back of parliament, to give pre- 
ferential treatment ta certain Trlsh 
Ik'ehse holeier.;-« -»ver the- license hqUlcr.<i 
in I'Jngland; Mt-. Churchill has appeared 
in a new role, that of a sentimentalisl, 

,wlth hlft" "conceH^w- fo r t' o ftHcts" in his 
s.h'eme of prl.son reform. Mr! M.cKenna 
is still distrtistod B.s First Lord of the 
Admiralty: but whilst everybody be- 

Jievea rfi the honor of Mr. Haldjine a.<» 
war minister, ids great Territorial 
schenie is shown to have serlDiis flaws, 
whil.st with the Premier he shares blame; 
for having. ,in a fit of pique, practically 
dismissed Lord Kitchener from the cotn- 
nilttee of Imperial def«(nce because Lord 
KJtcliener declined the post of Cotn- 
mandf-r-in-Chlef In the Mddlterrfftvean. 
One front bench mtin. Mr: 'Mbhtagu. 
iinder-.seqrelary for India,* and one b.nck 
bench minlsterlaMst. Mr. Nell Printrose. 
son of Lord Ktjsebery. have made repu- 
i.itlons. These are the bnly. young men 
I'M the govertiinent side who have lifted 
their, ptvlltical heads above their f<-!Iow-y. 

trnlonlat JSnthnciaam 

in th<^ his( parliament the Unionists 

• 1-.. painfully, fleflcient. In yoiiiig de-, 

'MS. That has been remedied. 'Tlie 

liu' (lull must strike any v'l.sifor to the 

■le<< of the house. Is that .the 

f iiiinlsterlallsts sefm about 

irrrtMiri.s. ntid looking ' nlon;.; 

ol ilK.- Ill- more. . -n-lillst tin- 

"I'posltjon men lieem thirty 

,.-. or umier. Perhaps , It Is 

lunlasm of >()uth; hut no X'niijh- 

illn my recollection — covering a 

•- 1 many years — hav e.att endeil In s'.ich 

• 'iii^hiiit force. - The "tTTIonlst 'benches 
inviiii.ihly have been better fiiled tliSn 
the ministerial benches, and even In the 



Kick«UZU««« 
With Uir intt rest tliut Is being taken 
In invesiiiitmls In British Colu.rjbla. care 
jliould be taken that the ijro.notiini of 
iiisound companies Is not pCrniitte^d. else 
liis province will again suffer as U t-H'l 
iillowing^ thc-nri-nt.ng excitement of sev- 
n-iil years iyfo. ^\t that tlhie. so much 
»aa the English public deceived that for 
tears it was almost impusslTTIe lo secure 
ai'lfal for woj-lhy propositions. Today 
1 is Heeded badly. Yet there will be 
aijne ready to take advantage of the ex- 
Cjement arouseil by the reported find of 
tie gold reef at Stewart, in London, 
wiere the success of South African and 
Aistrallan mines hjj.s -brought fortunes, 
-i-t-lt natuiul that people should be ready 
toliivest in mining propositions. Many 
reiorts have gone out ctmcorning the 
liijh mineral values of the properties of 
tht Portland Canal dislriet, and these, in 
thtniajn are true, .Assays attest the i-x- 
celent quality of the ore in the operating 
canps. The latest reports concerning 
the"gold reef" are that it Is not a free- 
mlllng proposition, and that the values 
arenothing ipore than ordinary and only 
In leeplng with the general high <iuality 
of lit. Portland Canal ore. The accijunts 
sent to London papers, particularly' to 
the Dally' Chronicle, were exaggerated Ip 
tbeoctremo. In fiict^are rfigardetl ns verj*^. 
harnful by mining men in British Col- 
umliia. .Hon. .J. -H. Turner, agent for this 
prtivince in'lA)ndon, will tit>ubtless have 
ascertnlnetl ere this the true naturti of 
,:lhe find, and taken steps to offset the 
harmilone by the publlcatlpti t>f reports 
that iran-wnly have a bjid InflueJice. Jf 
the British public wants mining In^ 
vestqient they can flntl excellent pro- 
positions both' at Portlanl Canaj; In the 
.Si.miikanit'en and other districts. At 
Hedley, B. C, the N'ickel Plate is being 
oiier.it^tt. paying large divSdontls. and is 
the lATcest gold mine In Canada today. 
Other Ktiod claims are ipsiny throughout 
that district, but mone.v Is lacking to 
.prove tftem though -the discoverers Itave 
shown' by hiiril w»Fk--and expenditure 
.that ttifrtire is th.er^,' IP the ca«<e of the, 
S'lckel Plate, us u.tual, the Americans. arc 
ireoping;thC benefit' i 

Conitrtiction Worlc at Xonnar 

The epenlng up of another series- of 

l» engaging the attention of The 

Hoamet* Mines, Limited. They have a 

big ganf of men working' on the scyjth 

jildo of the i;atiMne, oind will exploit all the 

coal moMufes at a level 500 feet above 

the main tunnel. Tills new work will be 

known a» 1> level. 

,. .No. -• ^es"! has already been opened- up 
and makes an'. extrenicly gopd showing.' 
It Is th« Intention to open up tlie_other 
seams of the series at. th* higher' level. 
There art, milte a number of jnftn em- 
ployed In nmhing the roadway from, the 
main tunnel to B level. This will be an 
in-line wJicre the coal will, desogtad to 
the main tiinnet and thence to tipple. 

Next yfl»r the company >vlll open up 
the triimWiBy to the north side of the 
ravine and the same series- bf seams will, 
be openetl tip in a similar manner, When 
all of thi?, work l.s completed, together 
wit hthe rh^mmoth main tuanel. It ought 
to produce a. l&rge amo.urn of coal, and 
it Is hope.l that the TTosmpr will become 
the la-rgest prtKluctT in the Pa'»». 

The washer Is nearly completed and it 
is hoped, la haVe It In operation on the 
J St ;of September. At proqent the out- 
put 't?f the main tunnel Is 700 tons per 
day. - _, 

Taxada Island! Iron SepOBifa 
The Iroti tire dcprts its on the western 
slope of Teiadn Island, from foifr to 
three miles nprth of Gillies bay, have 
heet> inown for many years and were 
acqiilred for iron mining as early as 1875. 
The prlnctpiTt ore deposits are on the 
Prescott: PaKton and Lake propertje.M 
The Prescolt mine has. been the most 
largely devehippil'. and has during several 
years, Khlppc'l ore to Jrondale, Washing- 
ton. The hiagfi. tlte outcrops about SHO 
feet from the slitire. In o big bluff ,onthi 
brow of a steep ^S^ rocky WH. at the 
contact between granite nntf crystalline 
limestone. Th(= deposit has been oponed 
at three levels, A.t an elevation of .W. 
feet an open eqt h^j* beeti made Into the 
hill, showing pranite j)enet»*«tOd Ity 
granitic dykeev Sulphides of Iron and 
(tipix'r are also common' here. The 
^i., onri o,.r>r..i i,»,(»i -ij) sit\iati,»d -10 feet 
\ copsitjei-able, amount 
' - i.ken out frotn nlv open 
em I'int show --,j. fiiee of magnetite 40 
fi..'! wide find riti.i.it 100 feet high. The 
t>rtV incliitlps sm 111 patches of talcite und 
fragments of voicinto rock's, forming fn' 
places a flpec!e« of Iron . breccia. .Slul- 
pirides of -copper nnfl-.iron nfo nlso pres- 
ent, in a greatf I .or smaiJer dt-grec. AP 
f.vf^rfiirr (.nnvple from ^le ore dtinpipslfeave 



n I' 111,' , .r , . |., .. V !•. I I.I 1.1- 11"! Ml ! I I ;■'! 
Ill tliat ..|' llio lil>pel- level : 

I'riMii the Prescolt mlii. ii.. ...i:i .. i 
hetweeh' the litnesli>ne ami the eruiiliM- 
i-iicks. thituKh in nuiny cases covtfreil by 
n sandy loam, can h.- (ra.-.'.l r-.j-aliout 
\.2t)i) feet further i.i' i-. '■■■<' <"■> al'I'-f 
again maklnn i ' . i ^. n-i ■'■• ■•■" oill 
for about SOu i- ■ : ' ' ' ' more 

easterl.v ctjur.se. m.-ilviuK .-inm- xviuilings, 
to the PaxLon mine atid then to the Lake 
mine. Stiong magnetic atlrat:tlon Iri 
some i)lace.s, anil numerous ujjJLcroiis of 
magnetite, were noted along thh3 contact 
Htime of the outcrops reaching a width 
of about 70 feet. 

The I'axton mine Is sllualeil wiMutt 
3,600 feet east of the Presctn mine. 
Homo outcrops of magnetlUi extend 
along the face of a ridge for about TiOO 
feet. This doposl.t has been explolteil 
by two open cuts passing through gian- 
ite. which seems to form the hanging 
wa-U, and then into the ore. None of the 
cuts have lieen driven entirely Ihrbugli 
the ore bod.v, so that It Isnot possible 
lo determine Its full width. I'rom the 
face of the east open cut a timnel l.^i 
feet long h.-js been driven in the same 
direction as the cut, and -showeil solid 
magnetite, showing some sulphides of 
copper and irtin. — ~ . 

The Lake mine Is situated abouL 1,.100 
feet to the east of thePaxton. Tne ore 
can be traced ,,nlong the face nntl bi-ovv 
of a ritlge for stmie I'OO feet.. The hloght 
of the ore bluff is about SO feet, wltli a 
maximiim width on the surface of abinit 
100 feet.' Ati open cut had lieen made in 
tlte ore body, showing a gtiod clean 
inagnetite. Al>out 1. 000 tons or ore are 
reported to have been shii>ped to Iron- 
dalc. Wash., during thtj summer of 19US. 
Though it Is Impos.sible to make even an 
approxltn'nte pstiniate of ■'the ore '■ In 
•Sight on these properties on Texada li*- 
land. because snfflclont development 
has not been done ta warrant such an 
aattniatB^. .t,here is eveVy possibilit.v of 
large (iuan(itl<»s of in e r cFTa rit^njRr~rnstsr-- 
netlte being found. The properties are 
«lt\iaied close lo the water front, and a 
little bay offers good fat'lUtlea for 
shipping. From none of the claim,'? has 
the ore to be transported a greater dls- 
t'unce than a .tnlle and a half, aii<i In 
some C- aaf.s onnsKle i ab U- lestt, - — — . .' ■ 



drifted UHhore on Ho wen Itilaiul, tli^i 
ati.vlUary slotip. Ara Wannti returned to 
tht- city ynBtcrijay with an Intercjling I 
Btur.^-. ' 

Tile, launt-'li was iiiuking fur iloweii 
Isluiul wi*h Mr, Mudlli, Ml-. .VliLtlii-ws 
and two ladles uboanl, uiid .wu.^j gTJliiji 
lu bring Mrs, Matiill luick to tllis.cilty. 
VN'hlli.' entering "Howe 'Hoiintl, tho en- 
gine of the little craft broke tlowii, 
and tlie launch iirlftcd hclplessl.^, 
jx I'll tl u all J' ' (Ji'ir Vvi tig ■ n tJai'cr' t1 1'e f !< i w en 
island shuri-. The party hail no Uiiialiy 
to Muttlii.'ws tied his clothes uii toy 
of his liouti and awani tu stmrc, reach- 
ing the beach at J \>. in. It look him 
iciitll 11 o'clock that night, to make his 
way acrosa the ,,isliiriti to Siiiig Cove, 
and, ho was uiiile cxhan.-stcd when ho 
iirrlvod. Several yai-lu.i wore at an- 
chor ill the < 'ove, uiid in answei- lo 
hl,S appeal the .\wana, starti.-a out .ou 
a seiirch. Tin- night wat, vir.\ ,|ai 
niHl the sJTlokc iiiinlc T^c~t^rsk of Jintl- 
itlij- , the Annttta a dirticuU one. < -i - 
ciisiuiialiy tile relief vcshi-T was thi-uwn 
lip In .wind, and some of the t-rcw were 
.viejit'lii shore i» a dinghy to look fof 
tht; launch. i';ventiiall.y bhe was I'ouiu! 
li; tleriiiti; i.m tlic rooks near sinitli ol' 
llie island. The Arti Wiina tuwed hi r 



AT THE CITY HOTELS 



ViotoTla InTaatora 
Sonie fine ore. from the Prlticesa May 
and the I'ron Pot claims on Marmot river 
has bdbn brought to camp by H. C. Me- 
Gee, tile tll'scoverer. Mr; McGee- locate'd 
thet^e claims last spring and at the time, 
brougfit some ore from a lead which lie 
claimed wftS"«T li^rBe«4otHr:exeatjsKiiiutji. 
then others substantiate statement and 
late ai^ays run J281.pO.' H. P. I'letnlng. 
of Victoria, is Interested wl^h Mr. Mt?- 
Phoe. A five mile trait to the property 
i;Ei now b'eing buUt. 



• Last Boat For Nome 

The steamer I'matillH, which left 
•San l''ranclsci> last Moijdny, is tiie lust 
vessel of the season to sail for Norton 
Scund. tlwlhg to the lateness of the 
jjcaaon," the vessel will ije rushed 
through with ail dt&apatch. 



Needles Chartered 
The British steamer Needles, which 
was reieased from her charter, to An- 
Orew Weir & Co,, and th« stenmer. 
Spithead aubatttuted^ 'has been chart- 
ered to load l umber on the Columbia 
.liver "for Khanghal, After carr.ving; jv 
carjKi-of coal froiii this coast to Mexi- 
co she will proceed :to load at the (^o* 
Jumbla river mill. 

Offered $100,000 Foff-FreiQhter 
Although. jdiaJa-pecfic^tly modem, as 
a freight catrler, the British steamer 
Knight of St. George, which brought 

I rails to I^upert. some time ago, and 

■ w'hlchjB now completing a lumbet' 
cargt* fur (.'hlna at Seattle, was recent- 
ly* put up fi>r sale in Sttn l*'raiiciHco, 

I and the bid Was but $100,000. This. 

j of course, was rctusiad. 

^'RUPERT CITY* FOR 

CAN.-MEXICAiM SERVICE 



Vessel Was Chartered Yesterday to 

Run to the Isthmus and Salina 
Cruz — Lonsdaie Not Sold 



At the Xing ISdward 

.Mr. .1. Nortliorn, Moose .law. 
Coopir, X'ancouver'i! Miss T'hrln, 
,sniitli; Mltfs---M;-"l=%in. ■ Ladysmit 
Smith. Nanaimo; Chas. A. Cox, St. {...il- 
ls; Urn. Cha.ti. A. Cox, St, Louis;; Miss 
tiadio ' Cox, St, .louls; Miss li.'tht;l -Cox, 
iat. Loulsr-^.'te-Btekinsoji, Heimian UT- 
and. It. C.; Mr. L. Hicklnyon. Depnuin 
Island; Jiio. C Balid. Itockferry, Livei- 
pool; Mrs, C, Balrd. RocKferry, Livei- 
jiool; Miss Balrd, Itockferry, Llveiipool; 
Miss; Campbell, Itockferry, Liverpool 
Mrs. 1 iVIeCrossen, VancouvOt; L. U. 
Kobinaon, Winnipeg; Geo. }i. Wall. Had- 
dington, Scotland; H. P. Uaker, AVhltt; 
Hhvvji. Po.; .M1.«s Agnes Little. Wood- 
sttoc^k, fJnt.; Mi.v-s K\u Little. Woodstock. 
O u t.; E. G. fiwHivll, Vancouver; C, W. 
Hosmrr, Hazelton; A. 'M. McDonald, 
Ladysnilth; John iPrenllcu, Vancouver; 
.1. Woods, Vancouver: Mr,s; Woods, Van- 
couver: A. M. Abbey, Vanct,»uver; Sv. B. 
Ander.son, Vancouveti_j/no.. ' H. Kflby. 
i^ort Simpson, Mrs. -H. ' Kaby. Port 
SlrVipson; .Mrs. Glll»», Brockvilje, OiU; K 
C, Dax!.- Mva, H. c. ; V. Harrop, Van- 
couvc! 

At the Sominion. . 

Miss S. W indie. Kansas: T, K. BJrei).<y(j 
Tacotna; MiH8"Bt»nsl»t», fi'eattle; M7 U, 
VVlnsby, Seattle; A. W.-iones. Vancou- 
ver; Mt«. Callan, Ladysmith, W. Grlf- 
fen. .Vlichiganr J. H. Ppwell, Montreal: 
CO. Stein. Victoria; i. c. Perry and 
wife, Victoria; O. B. MacmilUn. Iowa 
City, ..It; Mrs. J, B. Mackllin; Iowa CltXt 
la,; P. J, Gotidfellow, Ladysmith; F. E. 
Carruihers. Ladysmith; W. M. Halllday 
and wife. Alert, Bay; Miss Uthel Halll- 
day; Alert Bay; Miae M. .M. Crawford. 
Alert Bayj_Mr, Whitcholise and wife; 
Arrhstrpng; F, H. CorliJetl, Erti?mnd; fc.' 
Macking. Nelaott. B. <?. ; A Shoebrldge, 
Vancouver; A. W. JfaftlS. \'ancouv^)p; 
•Mrs. B. Chubb, «!i"i.-H'«i.'Jn; .Miss M,. L. 
Chubli; Sa-skatoon A. E . Ghubb, 

^askatooii, R. C. Saskatoon; W, 

M, Chubb, Saskai . Johrison and 

family, jout Lak.., * ...... Geoi. Jolinson, 

Sidney;, MUs. T.' ' Mt;K:i4» rwn. 'Vancouver; 
Miss H. McKinnon. VBUcouver: Misa.M. 
McKXnnon, Vancouver;* Mra^ N. J, vVin- 
dle, Kansas; A. F, CiaXtOn' and wife, 
Grenfli. Sajik: t, Ooncd. Grenfll. Saak . : 
L, K, Harnden-and wlf«3, Seattle;" HC. 117 
MeMasi er and w i fe .> u nny3 ide, 'Waah; B- 

■!Tircir"iv-uie'"%nd ivrtJtj, yuwhyHitap. wirsii. 

Wm. MctJredle and wife., auiUiy»id<L 
'Wash,; M, Mackinon, .battle; t), B^ 
(Tonft, Jbaytpn, Ohio Tiie Misaos Black. 
Cieveliitid.' Ohio; Fi-anies (^ator, Cleve- 
land, Ohio': W. W, McMatius. Vancou- 
ver; W. Walker. Vancouvier: L. fttci^eti. 
on. Siiak.; H.. Armstrong and . wife. 
(."anoanj^Man. ; o. ii. .NetUtMu Vancou,ver; 
.lohn Neilson, Vaitc'ouv'er;' Jara. A. l", 
B<>gardt]». Vancouver; '&.. A. . Wilson, 
Vancouver: W, H, Makarolt, Vancotiver, 
lUtUert ,.I. Fowelj, stfutivmore, AJia.; L, 
N. Phlppen and Wife, S'arnt^i, Ont.; W. 
K, Jone,s, Vanco liver; .1. Sinclair, Barrio. 
I Ont,; G; L. Dickson and' wife, Denman 
i Island. B. C; The Mlssejs Chase, Sar^ 
nitt, Ortt.: 8. jr. Smith. Vancouver; Mls,^ 
K: Drew, Vernon, B. C. ; ArthurTTnlghtT 
Comox; Mrs-T. Mct'rosj>iki». Vttn?^ou\,«r; 
G. A. Wood. Peterboro, Opt.; JI. ,C. Hay- 
field, 'Va'ncouvcr; TiVngus fi. kfiitirt ami 
wife, .Bella Coola; \V. .S. Reid, .^c.^rl.«>, 
Man,; Miss Millin, Michigan; Miss M, 
Mlltlii, Michigan; Mr. CrO'tllo attd wife, 
ThornhOlm; Mr. Wilson, Vancouver: 
Mrs, J^as. Macnaught, Sldnc;^; Jessie II. 
Brbwn, Sidney, . ^ ' i. .'' ■ 

At the VictorlA- Batel. 

■J. B. Bums, Vancouver, H. H. .Nilin- 
aon, Vancouver; A. franshavcj, Van.cou- 
ver: J, Wilson, Vancouver; H. Schmidt. 
Vancouver; John - Lon.sdalc, Vancomer; 
M, Byan, VanCotiver; Ji>hn Wclsmlller. 
Duncans; Helen Welsmlller^ puitcans: 
I-I. Blank, SSskhtuon : . Lou'la ' ■ S.nlder, 
.Saskatoon; A. IS. Moore Vancouver; -Geo. 
Graliam, Vancouver ; • Stanley Woods, 
Vancoiiver; Samuel Theru.se, Gordoii 
Head: H. Tollry, i»aclflc City; C. San - 



NOTICE 




sone, San l"ranc'.Iaco; S. Corprutre, Dtin- 
can; Mj-« •' B. Owert. Sidney; Mr. 
Oweri, «ldhey ; J. Vt". Locke and wife, 
Anderson. Ind.; Ovo Snowburger, An- 
derstvi. tad . Klia Henderson, .Seattle, J. 
B. I>avl9, Pitts: A, W, Marsih, Pitts: J. 
W. ^Corslcan, Pitts: A- V\'. Brent. Seat- 
tle; J. B, Dickson, Seattle Miss ShHinn, 
Andpvn; Miss Anthlu. Andovn: Rev. 
JStrgyman, Bra«tford, W. Anderson, and 
daughter. Ham-burg. Harvey Smithers, 



Duncans: Geo. .Bllllson, Duncans; Tlieo. 
Bromwell, Gudlow, Ky; Billy Clark. 
I'orrlngton, Po. ; Albert Taylor,' Davis, 
Tex,; Philip Stauss, Pennywrlghter: Hal 
Reld. .\, v.: Kddie L'rston, Ma.ry«vllle, 
Ky: i^rthtir Drayton, Seattle; Thomas 
J, Matk'. Cincinnati. O.: Edward Stone, 
Marysvllle, Cal.: .Iiweph Hayden, Den- 
ver. Col.; Frederick Walsh. Day I oh. O.; 
Alfred Russell, JoVinstownt?, Pa.: Tlios. 
I-T; Coleman, Da*-aon, i\laskiv 



At the Bmns-wick 

J. IL White, Seattlta, .1'. C Elnood, Se- 
Atllo; W. L. White, Seattle. W. Ham- 
mond and ^ wife 'and son, Van'couver: A. 
F. Palmer. Vancouver: J. Johes wife and 
daughter, Lethbrldge, Alta; A. Spencer 
and wife, Sidney. C. R| Malc6lm, Cliiili- 
wack,.J. P. Coffery, Sooke, .T. Linds»> . 
Stioke; E. J. Thorp. Coltwood. W. A. 
B<-an. Colwood. . - • 



: ' .ii i-iMicisni 11,-is 111'. 11 in^e- 

'ii! ' ' '' - al tendance of Fnlontsl Icrtd- 

I I S-. ,\IriM.\ a time when the hack oiipo«tl- 

rliin benehes h;iM- been erowdeil the front 

.....,..•11 Ion hent-li has been ilesei ted en- 

r there has been present .-v couple 

.,■ ill- «-iilns vir an ex-iindcr-secretary. 

''■il.'.' on 1 .11 e iii-easlons have the leaders 



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'W 



HS.-Ot I 

lat 111 



I'ort-e. The leaders .mIiohIiI 
'ausihg ."omo iliscon- 

illiili; in 



-n, who 
letlmes 

■V, till 



roni 
Mien 



.po- 
ll!.. 



In 



■-. ] 1 n .-I r; 1.;: ■ 

; i ! ii.li iK-in" . „ 

house. i'\(.-pi \- 

to ilelh-.'- irhl 

a.f.ter X' ■ - i p , -r, 

hardly ,i ■ "i.i I'lit \-. i:. 

eXpCCteil to be Ju clo.si' utteildaiii '-. 

*" The yoting men who hf^^•e nppe;"ii-<'<i 
tho Unionist part>' this . 
est group of all-roimd i 

ever heard: I hardly know ui: one 
has "bPen ptished Into n constlluche.v 
cause of his -wealth Or family lliflui'ii..-. 
There are plenty of nien w-lio have both; 
hut they have itomething Which counts 
tor mucii mere at Weinmlnster — namely, 
close knowledge of current politics, 
M.Tny of Lhfim are ape<;Iallsts on partlcit- 
Inr topics, , and every one speaks with 
TliK-ncy and power .1 am aSvare how in-- 
1. t.lloi ■ II Is to mention names and leave 
c;th«r«»nwH*»tloned. " i'«t~i±„J.B .W^Vt.Jot. 



Pep cent. 

,'. . , .fi.4fi 

. . . .r,2.ri7 

, .o.tn,-) 

. . . .a,o:!t 



In.soUible matli'i . , 

J roil . . , , . , . . .... ..-.,. . , 

.Sulphur 

PFiosphorus ... 

The third level is fiitunted 60 feet 
above (he second, nf «« elevation of 4«!» 
feet above sea Ie<-nl. Tlia cut iins been 
made following the strike "of the ore 
l.odv, ,-uhI II:.- fnpe rrf It Is ;fr OU t i' f <"' I 
liirh ,-iiii| r.ii, feet wide, allowing the same 
kind «if nre a.t «t the second level. With 
some ha^idsorting the ore wIJi give a 
.ffood meiehsmt-PihltriiioJfneme, An a ver- 
aiie samiile of theTore dumtia gave: 

' per cent. 

' i ■■ ■•hM'!" . . . ', 1?..00 

TiSi.Tr, 

. , oil:! 

<>'''' .,....,■ I"' ': ' 

I ' ■! I Iril .| .. 

;; Ihi. hill inr 

.■II t iiv I lii|-.| 

■■ ■ !'.-.V H;l 

iiliiM ami at niiout -i:!() feet above .lea 
level, a tunnel was driven Into the hill, 
below the iiuarrlef:. The length of llie 
tunnel Is «:?0 feel, ))asi<lng througli 
griirilte,, and showing solid m;igiietlte 
for the -last TTj. feet on tho west side of 
Uie tunnel and for 45 feet on tho east. 
side. By means of thin tunnel tho 
depth of the ore* h>is' been ileiiitnistraie.i 
..til be at leant 4.10 feet, while the quaiit;, 



The fatcumer Rupert City which h^, 
Just arrived at Vancouver from t?ti-* 
alaska, haS' been, chartered by the 
Canudiap .Vltxican i'oiwi.iany for ser- 
vice to tht! Isthmus. As to when she 
will coinmenci- service it is imkiioun, 
but sh«; will be made read.v shortl.v. 

The deal for the steamer Lonsdiilt; 
has , failed and It la likely' , that tho 
vessel will continue to lie Idle. 

RAINBOW'S TRIP ■' 

Canadian Cruisrr to Be Stationed at 
Esquimau Is Due Here Novem- 
tjcr 7- — Itinerery of Passage 

Tlie ni'\\ :.:a...!ian cruiser. U,ijnlii.>w, 
-which sailed from Portsmouth last 
Thursday Is lUie'at ]<^snuhna!t, Novem- 
ber 7. She is due at ,U'as Palmaa ion 
VVedne,^xla.^•, August 24,. and after two 
days' stay will reach St, VInceht .Aug- 
ust 20. leaving two day.n' later for tt-h. 
across t)i<' ,.-\tjantlc to Uioo do Jai 
arriving Si>j>tenil)Cr 10, Departing . 
clays later the nuls'-r will go aruinu! 
<'ai>e Itorri, railing at, .Vlontri-idPo S'-vl- 
teiiiiai' IS, Saiiil.\- l''ilrit ^■ 
Poit 'r.uiiar ;--'.i.ii:.Tiii'. ■ . ,, 

Htieno .September 2!t. 'irappli. 

September -34), «'r)f|ulii. •..!..;■ 

.'. - '- tr>Tif>r 14' and .\capu, 

! turn Acjtpulco she -. 
,lii . II. lOstiulmalt, 



Be Capt. XZdward BarlcMy, B, V., tte. 
oaased. 

'X.I1 ]>erjloh8 haying clalma agalnat the 
estate of Captain ■ Edward Berkley, IJ, 
N ..deceased, late of Wcstholme, B. C. 
are rer|Uircd la send partlcfulars. duly 
verified thereof to Messrs, Creaae & 
Crease, 521 Fort street. Vlctoriti, B. C,. 
on or ^before tho 31st day of Augruat. 
1910. ', ■■ 

Dated the 3,0th day of July/A. D.ldO 
(Signed) ■'■'■: 

' GEOFFREY BARNARmSTOi*^-r-T 

_ -;-.;,; i '■■,..■ Executor. 



In the matter of the ,l-^*tat« of John K, 
KicholU, late of Sitnneapolli, Mitin., 

■ V. P, A., <t«.epa»pd. 

All p* solid .having ^lalmi agalnct tlio 
t'ltatt? ot the above named Jt>hn K. NIehnUj 
nic rf«|UlrfU to si^nd pttrtlculars tht^Vird', 
rttily , vi'rin.-d, t'i» tbp untlt^rBlKncd on or U<-- 
fort! -thi> lOth-day^of Auguat, iritn, aft.T 
wlilt-li ilaUi thti Until rBlBn«-J atlornpj' foi 
I ill" exi-i.'utorB of th" will of »al(l tiff^wd 

■ III VH-iu-i.. U to illiitrHt'ufo th>- hdhoIii nf tht> 
lij (Irvrinm-il amnnK fhtj pt»r«t>n» unlltl.-d 

ii-i-eio, fiavliig i-fganl only to ih;. cUhii*, 
or whi.-h ,thry then hnv.' tiollc-o. 
' Datiil thU !ilh <lay of Augu»t, IHIO 

THK nniTIHH &01/US1H'V •r[;t:ST 

roHI'l")RATlON', 

12.1" (l..v,.,..,ro..r.t «t 1 ;., H ,• 

■■Ullvr-. 



RESCUES LAUNCH PARTY 
FROM BOWEN ISLAND 

Word Was, Receiycd by... ^}'?^R .Who. 

Swam Ashore With Ciothos 

on Head 

■■■" JVAS?r'*n'trVKR, Atig, 2.1,~AfU!r hav-' 
inn; rescued a stiipwrei-ked party' of the 
\'niicuuver lauia-li .Mim-iit, v. Imli 



'*** 



LAND UEQISXRY AC!T. 

•!:i lia> matter of an appUcai 

tlupllcato certificate of title 

of .Suhlot Otr," l.'ornwood .B..I 

2«2), Victoria City, 

NO'flCK is 1...1-.-I.V riven thai i; .„ ,,., 
intention at tplratlon of on.- 

month from t!. i of the first publi- 
eatloij hereof to issiav a dtipiltSato certi 
Tr(Tiri7""of fTtTe to paid land issued t ■ 
John David Landers on tho .11 st day of 
October, 1908, and numbered 1,S364 C. 
_, Land Registry orric-. Victoria, H c. 
July 23, 1910. 

.1. T". M<-i,i-:()i 1, 

l-'eyuty HegUtrar tJeneral. 






LID, 



REAL ESTATE 



rl 



Members Victoria Stockbrokers' Association 



If you have property 
to sell, list it with us 




ou want alioiise 
or lot, a f arm G)r;water- 
txxkxxt a g e, w e^ c a n 
sup ply > ou with a 

15" 



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1111 GOVERNMENT STREET 
P.O. Box 618 Thone2445 



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16 



VlCroHIA DAILY COXX>NIST 



OLASWCnKD ADVBBTUINO KATUx 

Oiia eenf m word t»ch iMwrtlonj I» »•«• 
emt. «»«i»unt,. for bU or mor» conMotttl-** 
ln«ertlotn— CMh with order. No KlverU»«- 
inent accepted tgr 1cm than 25 cent*, 
buatnew and Profcaalonal Car4»— of tat 
Unea or undor—llOO per w««k. 
No adverllaeincnt charged, oo accouat for 
KM lUau r.:.oo », ,, 

Phone No. 11. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



HtnVlt^ AKP HBWAUWAWTg 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

ABCMITKCT8 ^ 

P^TrIFfTth! h7"87'"aRCH1TKCT, 1006 
Ijr Government St. rhona l«i>^ 



TTOOi-KR. " THOMAS. ArtCHlTBCT— IN 
li iiracllce In B- C. for tw«nty-flv« ytara 

laUon. Ufflcc. b s1»ibi» Ul.Kk . intona i).i. 



BANNBKMAN * JttORN HOTBI.. NBW 
bulldinc, cornar Broad and Johnaon 
■treat, Victoria. Uoderu otJlcaa and lur- 
nlahanl r*>afna. ^. , , . 

0~ALirbirNIA~HOTBU 1». JOHNSON ST. 
newly fltted up from bottom to top, 
(ood aocommodailoii, apurtlos aallery, com^ 
srUln* llfe-ai>«d photo* of all thu noted 
■porta and athletes up to the present day. 
Bar always supplied With beat suoda. rhot. 
L,. UcMaaua, proprietor. _, 

:EST L.O- 

_., furnished 
rooms at modeiato prtcea Wceldy ratea 
All cars pass hotel. Two entrances, corner 
Tatea and Douclaa. Phonn S17. 



VrAt'LUUl':. B., ARCUITBUT— & AND 7 
M KWc SUteri Ulock. Tel: Jles., B-704: 

OnU:e. 1107. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



CfHOUITBIUWO AND PBCOKAlTIWO 



STILUS & BHARP. CONTKACTORB FOR 
upholsterlu*. removing and p*«i«'"«' 
oarpels cleaned, etc.. furniture repaired afud 
polUhed. 806 Fort at. Phone » 10. 

~___ WHOUtMXB PltY POOP* j 

flTuiwJEK-iBEKTON CO.. 1.TU.. WHOI.B- 
X sale diry goods. Importers and manufao- 
turers mens furnishings, tcnta "Big Horn 
brand, shirta overalls. Mall orders attended^ 



CONDENSED ADVEBTISING 



UBLf WAyT»<»~JtAI>B 



NEW HOTEL BRUNSWa . 
cation In Victoria, nicely 



TUK 
I> 



G. 



Kl.WOOU WATKINS.. ARCHITECT— 

Hooni 10 Five- fUlt-r. Block, Victoria. 

H C. T"lephcue.: Olllce SISS, Residence 

L-1S98^ ■ • 

ART CLASS. 



noV. OVKH TlllHTY YKAUS 



A 1\ HOY. OV„.. 

A. exppi-li'n.o 111' An CiUwa Leaded 
h«hf. for chur.-hc-a. school. and private-- 
nvv..!hne». Wurks and store Mli Yai.s bi. 

I'ho.ici i'j4. . 

O " vrTuiSMOLM & CO.. MANU FA CTU R- 
n. rr» of hiidfU art KlaM. bee ur. bofore 
...aclng your ord.^r. Ur,mula|f u epocU.ty. 
i'liono 2-26f., 80a For' etr.cl. 

AlTO.HOBILKS 



COMMERCIAL UOTKL. COR.*>fEll 
Douglas and Corinorunt Sta. opposite 
City Hall. Henova'ed throughout. Rooms 
second ta none In city. Bar replelei with 
the best. Kuropoun plan only. Pool room 
In connection. .1. Lucae. Prop. Phono 170U. 

A/irO'NKY^PROPEltLY' INVESTKD LEADS 
i»X to fortune. This r..BuU may be at- 
tained by purchasing the bent a&o meal In 
the city at The Hlrand Cafe. ^ 

RANll3K~lioTi!;L AND CAKE— ALL UN- 
Ion help. 660 JoUnson St. Why pay 
more when j ou can (fit tin- l)i.'«t tor less. 
Meals 20c; room's 2uc and up. Har rtplote 
with best (roods. Joistph Balaiigiio. ' Prop. 



TURNER-BEETON CO.. LTD.. WHARF 
8L, Victoria — Wholesale only, all tha 
leading brands of liquors; direct Importsri. 
Write for lists and pricef. •^ 



DUCG APPRBNTICM WA.NTiaU. Al'l'LV 
B, C. Drug HttM. ?. 541 .loUlison /l -;^;;^ 

tVAis'-rlflT) '.v"17oY abui;t i« i.>R " ''^> 

ply A. A A. an>n»on. TbIK O ovr"'T^""' » -_ 
VVlNTKirr^ SMART UU\ F>JK U^ 
\A f-ral work In wholfcsal.. slorc. Apptr 

ull Yutus Birf'-l. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISjNQ 



HITDATIONS WanTKI*— rBMAUB 



KSPE<rrABLb: wom.\n' with 7-year- 



R"^^;; 



.\\JlANnjU— HMAUT BOY 
V>' wan.- stort". Apply B 



VOlt 
JoX ilXK 



1 1 A It - 

city-. 



Id Birl. wlsh.-s situation •■ house- 
Heeper for genll-JMiari or man and_ wlie, 
wher." the rhild would not be .objfclea to. 
H»x *** Colonist 



IHH LAD 



I.tNGLI; - 
J l<B(h iWo <yhUdri«ii t) to 
<«(TinpHnloti 10 Invalid lady 
UN Colonist. 



DKHIKKB POSITION lO 

il years, or 
Apply B6;i 




liWiiiaiigiiiii tiisiniiKiii 



WMIM 



August 24, 



1910 



CONDE NSED ApVERTISlNG ji^lSED_ADVE^TiSIN^ 



WAMTBD—TO BKStT. 



YOUNO MAN UBUIRKH FlUNlSHKl) 
room m prlvats house. Apply Box ill 

ColODlSt. ' 



WOOD ANO FCEC 



WniLfeON, E. A.. DEALER IN ALLttJNDS 
W of mlUwood. wood, bark, etc. Four- 
foot lengths, »;; liO per cord; aiove l«"lfinj 
»3.00 double load. 338 John St. ^hone ^OTI. 

TTuilA P~K1' EL— -rrt Y ' A Vl EAPINOTTOU- 
Kj blc loud of short out '»"' !lf?°?.V>T,' 
llvered to any part of cUy at 13.00 C'J"- 
by Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. Phone »«<■ 



I I'ANTICH—HTt.K-K SALHB&IAN. 
>V ll.hman prH'.rr.Hl. ihalt '•uu 



ENU- 

placi' 

high ria >U:il}l_^'^ rV':""LHv''^rerer- 

^rSl r.mun..rallon o ]• 'K •",.'» ;\ • 'V^-' 
.ncs d. el red. \^,p^^y_J^_J_2ll!ll}j^ , 

\\ \v,.ll known rtr,. In.uran-.- .o,..,>a..>. 



UHlnrV nivi, I'omniiiteloii lo 
Ad<tr.»i» Lo\ l-S I'oloiUSl. 



thu iiBlii men. 



T,^1)1-CATKD KN01.l«HW0M.\.N <*-^> 

lit wishes posiiioii n« house-keeper or 
oth.r re.pon.lbl- sltiiallon, 'No "'>■)*'•"''"''' 
counlrv, lupablt.-, active, good plain <-00b, 
abstainer. .^pply Ha% •161 Colonist. 



T ADY WISHES ROOM (Willi 

JU without board); estate terms and pai- 

tlcul il-s to BOX »« Colonist. 

XUCKIXAXBOUIL 



LET— FBBNMHBP HOOM». 



y 



\roI'NU LAl'>Y COMING FROM KNfl- 
.1 . land wishes post M bookkeeper. Apply 
tlox 'li:> Colonist. 



EDI'CATKD, 



mHI« l« TO INFORM YOC H W '■ 
1. pedersoM, contraclor and bulUhr. » 

now excavating V"''"!" .".'!''t ,""•,",';'',„' ' 
orders from youjfwill n-cclv his ov. P'm- 
ional attention. ,'lB.tl.ntti.. Ir.c. lOJil Puu- 
dora av»-nuc, phone L '■"<' ■ ^___ 



B 



ULBB AND PLANT8--NOW 
^m.' to ordiM' bulbs If yon 



Arul'NG LADY WELL - • , ^ 

1 thoroUKhly domesticated, desires po I hyacinths. eK 



WESTERN MOTOR A SUPPLY LO^- 
panv P. !'■ Clark. Manager. S61o 
teents for Huii'kn, Franklins. Humb.-fs. 
Clement Tdlboln and nov«is. SloraK.-. sup- 
Dll^, ttros all Rl^t-B and makes. Bulk gaso- 
lu.e and nil. It-paliH. complete vulcanizing 
plant. High class llvtry. Telephone bUi. or 
\t line busy 2087. ^ 

BAGGAfJE DKLIVKRT 



t^TRANU llOTKL CAFIO. JOHNSON ST. 
►O always op. n Eviroiican jViin; culslii-j 
unexcelled; ' bar belt Koode; riit.s inuduraie 
Wrlirht & Faulkner. I'hon.i 1105. 

OTFL ' VICTORIA— UXDER~~Nirw MAN- 
agi-ment. Most central In J^Jty- Bus 
meets ^ . 



Graham S- 



ICTORIA TRANSFER CO., LTD., TEL- 
ephono K».. 



_ all sieamcre and train 

Grant, proprietors. I'hotte 4S0. 

\\nLSO.N' . HOTEL. Clti-OIH YATB.S ST. 
VV European plan; large and airy rooms; 
bar supplied with best good*. Ted McAvoy, 
propriftur. Phono 1C32. 

rniiE WILLOWS— THOHoi:nHi-v rkno- 

X vatcd ihrouKhoMt. and pq\ilpv.ed In the 
moat modern and up-to-date stylo, and aup- 
piled with best goods. Alex. LIpsky. prop. 

JiayE lLEIt8. \^>i\TCHM.VKEKvS. ETC. 

PETCH. iToT DOUGLAS STREET 
specialty of English watch repairing. 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



DE.'SriSTS 



DR. LEWLS HALL. DENTAI, SURGEON. 
Jcwtll block, corner Yat^-. and Doug- 
las strerls, VIciorItt, U. C. '1 el.phones— 
Office. 557; Resldoiice. 12a. 



DU H J. HENDERSON. DENTIST. LEE 
building, corner '•Broad and Johnson 



Sta 
to 



Phone ii:'00, Ofrtce hours. 9. -TO 
p, m. EvciiliiKS br-ap!>otntment. 



and fh.rgotlc. Apply 'H*" __tJ1l0"'«i-. 



sllion UB companion, m-cretiuy or nuiseij 

uoVL-nicBS, or as housekeeper where s.^rvant 

Applv Hox lia Colonist. 



ANTKO- HfiV 

Kfjnd nl fignj 



w 

(I. Uox Inll Ol 



W 



"on CIIIL. MCHT HE 

,,8 ,„ utjik in ofrlcc. P. 

H Mull. I'oiiBla" *^^- ^*.l: 

'Cl<ABrt, 

Box ■ti.r. Colonial. 



t^^\NtEn— AT oni'K FtjrnTii 



iRACTICAL MATKHNITY NURHK 18 

open for .ngngrment.. Terms moderate. 

Address 441 Colonist. _, 



18 THE 
wish your 
Ih.', ''arly Hpii'lij;. 
crocus, lulliis. daffodilH, !M!'-h, 
Lurch, .f»pao"»i mid local 
b.ilbs, Helid P. «V for parllrulars to T. K 
tVoolstonc, B.arh Hon.. . > adboro Bay, m 
!•. O. Bon 10J9. 



garden lo he beautiful in 
nowdrops 



„Kr — FriiNISllEU ROO.VI. PIUVATF. 
smily, tnodfrii. new hous»>; hrf-akfaM 
ed. Tel. H!!377^ .I'il Mhhlg-«i> si. r— )U 

,u...C^|-^COMFOin'AlJLE UO(.).M. CLOSK 

f to i.iwii. iH.ard opilonal. -terms moder- 

tt,I Voiing F-ngllsh lady preferred. Apply 

f,^4&4 Colonial 

MiT~-FnO.Vl~ll"Ki>R(>OM, El.HK'TRlC 
llghl. haih, sevn dollars per montli.. 



jaNurlh I'ark street. 

f*^", KT — F i • R N I H I {k'i • I t'i 
_r oiih l.i niliiules wa 
U,.ttkfa«t It desired. 31:! I 
l,§«e 1771. 



t'lKJMS. MODKR 

nlk from lo« i 

.SI, James sir. . 



jif& LET — FURNISHED BKDROO.M , 
Ji board opllonal. 3.1-J Michigan sue.' 
j^jjnw LI 4 •II' ' 

^■^ELI. 



fj"^ELL FI'ILNI 
\/ houitekvpin 



FI'ILNISHEIJ HOO.MS, .\1..-' 

H looms lo ' lel . oUclr. 

SI. 1-817 Fort ?^i 



hath. ,,lioi and cold 



HIHTKRS WITH GOOD INDEH 

-«ndiiiK of general hmis>-work. seek 
siiuullona Willi. .respeetable faJiilllfS J wonlfl ^ 
prefer lo be together If possible! Box l.o 
Colonist. 



OTICB- I WILL NOT HE RWSPONSI- 
^. hie for any debts contracted foi; by 
my wife after this ds^Je. 
vus- i'.iih ■ •*" " 



N' 



1509 ^^^(l^f 



Geo HeathcrbeM. 



I ».l 0. 



,KY AVK.NCE. PHOM 

1. c:omtortBbb"- ' ftrrnlshed 

Some: board optional; terms moderate. 

Sose In; electric light and bath. Airs < 

jjoAndre*. 



H. 



HorsF,- 



A.N'TKD- AN KXI'lWi F.NCF.l - 



THEW 

afient to canvas f' /","„'""lui'"'Ad': 
nr.lers Salary nnd commission paid. Ad 
dresH Box 453 Colonist offK 



BLCE PRINTING AND MAPS 



TI>RINT8, 
X six c 



ANY LENGTH IN ONE PIECE. 

cents per foot, limber and land 

maps Electric Blue Prints and Map Co., 

I'ilB Langley St. ^ ^ 

BOATS ANP KNOINE8 - 



AriCTORIA BOAT & ENGINE CO.. LTD- 
V Boats and launches bulU; estlniites. 



repairs, designs. Shop, 
W. D Buck, manager. 



4 24 David 
Phone 205. 



slice t. 



A. 



'ir FRASBR, D. M. D.— OFFICE 78,1 
Yates St., Oarescha. block. OtOce 
hours: a. 30 U. m. to H p. in. . 



w. 



UBTKCTIVES 



B. 



•TUNK 



WANTED— SCRAP BRASS, COPPER, 
xinc. lead, cast Iron, sacks, boltlos, 
rubb»r; highest?- prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency, 1620 Storo street. Phone 1S36. 

lLlND8CAPB~OAKDENER' 



BOOKBINDBBS 



rnHK COLONIST HAS THE BL.ST 
T eoulped oookblndery In the proving: 
the result Is equal in proportion. 



BOTTloES 



» I.L KINDS OF BOTTLES W->NTBD— 
xV Good prices paid. 
Agency. 1620 Sto'n street. 



Victoria Junk 
Phone ;»3d. 



Bt'lLDEBK .-^ND CONTBACTOHg 



•f^RANK B. HUME— CONTRACTOR AND 
!• A,ullder. Plans and specincatlons pre- 
pared for approval. Estimates f"™'»hed 
^^any Class of structure, 0« «» Coj-.g""'- 

and Ave., find Oxford bt.. P. O._BoxJm0^ 

TIJNBy'bROS;." BUILDERS AND CON- 

.U tractors, are prepared 1° "J^U^Ji^^VB 
in bulMIng and jobbing work, r^hono .t7». 
t,v> attend to your order.^ . 



LANIW*CAPK GAUDKNKll .lAMKS SIMP 
son. 9R1 .Tohnson slrcel, phone Rll."iO 
expert on all garden and' orrhtrrd d'tallB. 
T'runing and cleaning from inseets. roses (i 
sfieclalty; lawns gradi-d and flnlsln-il in OpsI 
second or third nuallty. aciordlng to con- 
tract. 

T 



C DETECTIVE SERVICE, VANCOO- 
ver Civil, criminal and commercial 
Investigations R. «• Baron. «/P^''"'«"- 
dent. H.ad ofdce. Room. £07 »nd m Crown 
building. Vancouver. B. C. lUons *3v^. 
Bloodhound trailers kept. 



1 V Church C»tl 



VVANTICU SITUATION Art 

\\ keeper. Kiigllall...J!!aa<l,jiLooki_ no obiec- 



tion lo eiiiliilry. Box 4^ 



JUmlstT 



WANTED— 8rr^■AT10^ AS GOOD PLAIN 
>V eook by young Englishwoman ' where. 



HOYS 'for CHRIPT I'nulter 

urcn .aihedral ^"o"- "''"■,'7' ';;""'* '■ 
Apply lo organist at the vMtry L30 Ti"i« 
day evenings 



Id Is kepi . go.el 
Mount Tolmle, 1' 



I haracier. 



N. 



VX'ANTKD-YorNG MAN^TO WORK 6>I 
\\ u ranch, iw-iity dollars per month and 
board. Apply *'-''• ^'"^^ ""'"■' 



w 



7ANTKD-STRONO BOY. AJ-I'l-V POI'- 
ham Bros., Mary street. V IctoflTT West. 



T.ACIFIC DETKi-TIVE AGENCY. DOING 
i general line criminal and civil private 
deteoflv" work, or will fin.l '^'^ ^.Y^"';^; 
abouts of any persons whose Indenllty or 
addresses are unknown. 309 Government 
street, phone ,2171. 

HOTEL DIRECTORY 



TO LKARN 
ji trade Apply the Colbert Plumbing 
& Health Co „7.ld.. 7B5 B^oUghtor^sjreet 



WA.NTBD-TWO BOYS 

V> ti 



"VrOUNG LADY DEBIRWK POSITIU.N .-XM 

.1 cashier; •"Rhf, .»'"'>«'><"»%,^, "L. ^?",V 
keeping;, exeellenl ret<!rent:es. Box 898 lolo- 

nlst ____ 



M BTOWOOU. meihanlcal engineer 
and drhiifihisninn ; inaehlnei.v Inairtll- 
"-d; drawings iiieper.rl, Ah"n' fm- Ka_s 
producers and .•nglne... i' >> Ho.v lo«.. 
I'tiy, , . 



■ho LET— tCOMF'iJRT ABLY F1:R.NLSHEI' 
L front rooms with' tisn,, of kitchen if re- 
lUired, .128 .Michigan slrcei, James Bay. 



\7iCTORI,\ 
' pany. 7;i 
Contra<'ts. taken by 



Wl.N'DOW ('LBANlNli I'OM- 



• k or moitih 



iriL'HNISHEU HOOMH T\J LET. 414 MBN- 
V zUs stievt. i'wo minutes from C.P.R. 
wrharf 



I'KOPEKTY FOR SALE 



•troiN': GlHl. WAN 
1 work. Apply 14"^ 



TS l.IflHT HOC.'iK 
Cook street. 



'■\NTKD— .^ilTI'ATION BY A -^ Ul Nu 

la/U as bookkeeper or do office work. 

Apply' Box »«4 crolonlst. 



i:!:!L'i::^!l'J,irJl-.':LJ::_^'-'-_:^-__.-^ TT .or .sale or exchan ge fgr aac- 

VI r ANDERSO.S', CUL^'KY -Cl454Nlia,. _|1 ^^, ip^g ,„,,^, n-iuiUU,- l^-i-aliiroy Uou»^ 
V '• defective Hues allcred; grates rSr ^,,,j 1^^,^ acre of grpund. on Beach ai 
backed. Residence 2S38 Blanchard streelj g,,„^, ,,jjv. Price »1. 500; terms. G. -Man, 
phon- M744. . ' ning. Munday's Shoe Store, Oovcrnmeni 

" ' .. ' ...^.W ....^n ,...»f.^ HI l-|.e» 



WOMAN'S . EXCHA.N'OB. FOR . TUfc* 
1\. dlspt.sal ol needlework; handlcra.ift 
nnd f v-i \ bram h tif woman a work w'H b*; 
held 111 trie woman's hulldliiK at the fal-' 
fair UadW— t«+*rested may obtain fuUi 
pariliUlars on application lo Mis. A. p 
Klchaids, Hoyal Oak, P. O. 



sireev 

1/i'tJu WALK— THREE -OOOD LdT8__IN 

.1: SouOi Vancouver for JI, 000 cash, foe 
the three; car line bulldInK ^» ,' » " ""' / 

block; should sen 'for ,rtJV"':'i%'^'i'i'u «.o,';, 
Applv direct, to r C, Winkler, 1I«J* StOi-r 
Hiree't; phone 1433: I'. O. Box 113, 



\\ 



'MTKR^WANTKD AT^ «TRAND CAFE, 



.150 Johnson atr*eL 



O^^-e. 
custom -made 
commlaslon. 
Toronto. Ont 



lfrEi:iABLF~MAN WANTED IN 



rv toon to takt—orders for best 



in Canada 
.uloring Co., 



lilghei.1 
LImlte J, 



w^i:;.' 



UVERV ANO TRANSFER 



■VriCTuRIA TRANSFER CO., LTD., TEU 
V na. Best service In the city; ' 



- VANCOIVEB 



!, UELIABLE,,^ .MAN IN 
to taltu orders for b»sl 
custom mad. e|„thes In O^^ad". "'e''"^ 
commlaslon. Rex Tallorlu* Co,. >td.. loron- 

to, Ont. ; 

TO 



'ANTED BY A GIRL OF 14. SITUA- 
tlcn to <are for one child with young 

people, 33 5'^rdTfthlSl. .. 

WOMAN 1 SCOTCH 1 wTsHES 

as nursery or sewing maid. 

Apply Box 31« Colonist. 



VV 

peoi_ 

y'OlNO W*. 
situation 



TBACUEBS WANTKD. 



WJB HAVE THE ONLY , ELKCTUICA- 
VV kev-dupllcailbK machine In Vie 
torla for Yale and postofflce keys. Insur^ , 

a perfect HI alwaxs. 11. M, Wilson, «» 
Cormorant,.,:.;.— = '"_^ 



WANTED— CAPABLE SALESMAN 
coter British Oolumblaf^^uh staple 
line. High -commissions, with »100 moiiihly 
advance. Permanent position to right man. 
Jess n. smith C o . W indsor. Ont, 

UBLI* WANTED— iEMAJ.?: 



CHIROPODY. 



-t rRS 

-tl Fort street. 



CAMPBELL. CHIKOPODIST »0S 



CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SVRVKYOBS 



.\ 



NOAKE.S. y. C. LAND SCRVEYUK 
■ F .Room S, Lee Building, Broad 
Telephone 377. P. O.^ Box h*2. 



LITHOOBAFHING 

iTHOGllAPHINGr ENORAVINO AND 
Embossing — Nothing .too large and 
nothing too small; your stationery Is your 
advance agent; our work Is unequalled west, 
of Toronto. The Cuionlsi I'rlntliig and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd 

LOCKSMITHS AND MA< H1NI8T8 

HAFER^^T"— "general MACHINIST, 
new parts of all kinds made In brass, 
copper and steel, or any sort of metal. Ma- 
chine shop. 159 Governme nt Bt. -Phone 1)30. 

MASSAGB ' 



A LHAMBRA HOTEL— MRS. 8. THOMP- 
A son & Sons, proprietors: R. D. 1 ^""JP- 
son. manager Corner t:arroll a"<l ,;'■ ■•* 
Sir.^ets. Vancouver. B. C, Vancouver • tlrs. 
hotel. Sllukted In the heart of ^^e lUy. 
Modernly equipped throughout. '^'^^'> 

lunch a specialty. European plan, iamea 
for, gnP-il^whUltey - : 

-r>LACK"bURN HOTEL— A. E BLACK- 

O burn, proprietor. This *"' I :»'""""„ f.h 

popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnish- 

l°tricrn'VrTl' ''o"to"..^ri''er 0':^.""'^: i.,.o,l,.:;^venue_ • ■ ■ " ^ .^^ ' 

uean p'JSa. Ito upwarda aiS Westminster ,..., ^.^..j.g.j,_.R,jj,jjjKU , PEH»ON AS A 



W'VNTBD ~ TBACHBR FOR ROCK.V 
V\' Pblnl school, J, D. Reld. Melchosln. 



\ \ '.VNTEIV— «OOD QENBRAL " 8HUV ANT, 

'' Apply Hi3T Johnson street. 

, V (70iw'H0MiG~F0R~V0rNG"'nRI. WHO 

I i-V will go 10 «chg«) and assist wlHi «o,K. 



WANTED— TK.VHKR FOR GOLD- 

11 St roam, s alary »tO ner month. 

WANTED- TfiACHER FOR SOUTH 
>A GuUano (Plumper Pass); "'»'«''/./,';" 
mal-v holding second or third class cert - 
neate; married, with family P'-"""''' • ,^": 
(leH to commence after summer vacation, 
salary $dB. Write, with references lo J T^ 
BelUiu;|lse. secrot ary -treasur er. 

THE DKVKKKIX KMPI.OrMKNT ANU 
GENERAL AGENCY 

IdO-i Fori Street Hours 3.;iO to b .>n 
Telephone 447, 

SEVERAL GBNKUa:. .MAd'.^ 
ig and light h«us«work. 



rnO SPEAK KR-BNCH OR OBR.MAN J'' 
.L ■ three months; improveihont on Bertt'a 
method. Trial I'-sson free, 1309 Bta«»y 
avenue, p hone P.ie^ll. ._ 

lJTtaMpTnG for FAXClf WOJlK (^ 
fo your own malerlu'. Ordc:B tu'tcn at 
M s. Turner, 1117 Fort Birj-t. ^ 



$«>r ''-VHH and JIO month JlJiys H Ilrsi 
SO class building lot In Parkdate. high 
and dry, with beautiful view, ^" ,*;"' 
drive von out lo see them at any tliiie> 
Pembeiion & Son, «14 Furl street. 



FOR 



»)•" 



TriOLlN. FLUTE AND HARP— MR. DiN 

V Green (Late Sergt, Soloist, and tea:h- 
OT Itoysl ArliUery String Band) and l*n; 
dop concerts, etc. Ueslrcs pupils. »»» 

HlcJimond avenue. 

EMOVAL NOTICE— B. C. HARDWARE 
Co . Ltd.. havu removed their farm •m- 



rjKADOLARTER.S FOR FOttT GE( 
-TL townslte. Mr Child has gone to 



plemenis, buggies, wagons. _ctc., to 
Johnson street, east of Dbuglas street. 



733 



STUMP PULLERS AND AN'T TOOLS RB- 
QUirei? f^o- land clearing, logging stc. 
i Free trial. Prices and tarms apply Ths DU- 
I crest Slump Puller and Tool manufaoHi."*r»t 
I 4«« Burnslde road. Victoria B. C. 



IJ-JTRRDALE HOMESITEH. 
i monthly. ,»2S cash. I20O Pf'r lot. Vnfl.r 
.illllvatlon. 50 foot frontage, 3 i.i blocKs 
from or We will drive you out at lil_a.lii, 
3. &. 7 I'lm. Pemberlon * Son,, HI 4 I*orl 

;ORG 1: 

r> Foi '' 
(Jeiirgo and- on his return In about tw.. 
weeks will tellTou ftll about the towiislt. , 
l.'hlld A Co.. 707 ',t Yateajatrect. 

$"'«)/./ wiZsNAP, COOK HTRKBT- HOUHK 
f)UVfU new. six rooms sliding doori^ 
burlttped. walls, plate rails, fireplace, lui 
uac- In 1^11 sized basement, modern 11 
every respect. The owner is sacrificing this 
In order to live in part of city near his 
work. Very easy terms can be arrangecl 
Peihberton & R<m.. «14 Fort. 



Y\ 'ANTED — SEVK 
' ' plain cookln„ 
Wages from 120 10 »2& 



MRS. EARSMAN, ELECTRIC LIGHT 
baths; medical mussago. 1008 Fort St 
Phone B-1986. , ■ 



t"G ALDOUS. C.E— All kinds of civil 
\. eng'.necrli,,T and surveying undertaken. 
iUraad : ""^ construction a 
,,ny. 110 -Street. ■ 

•"TPT"* iUGKEGOR--J, He'rRICK Mc- 

I Gregor. Mgr. Land ^Surveyor aijd 

.•ii-ineer». t.'hancery Chambers. P. O. 

■ ■.!::' Tel.' A504. Fort , Oeorga offlc*. J. 

";. I'll,!, lor. .Mgr. ' ^\ ^ 



OPTICLtJJiS AND OFTOMETKIHTS __ 

"lYTH. A^ prr~«4S~~~FORT^^VER A 

quarter of a century's exporlenco, and 

modern" equipment at your ••rvtca. Free 

examlnittlo n. ' T. fflWg - (tftfutm oa premlB«». 

Phone 2'Z5X ' _^__ 

PAINTERS .AND PAPERH.ANOEBS ' 



pean plaa, 
ayentie. 



V\' 



.;4oi. 



/COMMERCIAL HOTEL— CORNER HASl - 

Kj ings and CambU streeU. Headquarters | .^.^..(.g,, ^ , 

tor mining and" >^°"''n^^'^'^iJ^*"i, 'ISi*". '' NV take baby 
and upward* Atklos. Johosoh & Btawari, ^^^ ^^^ Hnmlli. 

proprletora 



*<-ompanl<in 1i«lp. Box 490: . phone 



A.' L— BRITISH COLUM- 

iTu. "l.ind Surveyor 522 Fort , street. 

Teloplions L-1547. P. O. Box 



■r >0BKRtS0.V. 



( MtrENTEB.*:. .10INEB.S. .JOBBERS - 

, WI'ITXL CAnPfcNTER AND JOBBING 
V J faetury. Alfred Jufjea All kinds of 
r -.rations. Jobbing work, ""'^i an'ouver 
fil ■^atea strotft; ofJlcu phona Baoil. »** 



FRANK MBLLOR— PAINTING CON- 

•traatbr. 112« View street. Phone IM't, 



HENRY RIVERS— PAINTER 
kalsomlner and paperbang, . 
ket stret, Victoria. B. C, Estimates 
fully givep on application 

O^b'aR 1)7 X — PAINTS. VA RN !■!*« ES 
C5 brushea; ipeclalty of wallpaper. tha 
newest patterna Give me • calU Stora 
1B07 IifiiKlas street. Phone R-:l,08<. 



HOTEL DOMINION— WHEN YOU AR- 
rlve ai Vancouver take large auto bus 
which will take you to this hotel free, uur 
Service is thrbeit obtainable at the prlce- 
Amencan plan, 11.80 to »S.00 per day. Auto 
makes one trip dally around Stanley i'ark. 
F. Baynes. prop rietor . 

aODGES AND SOCIETIES 



-PAINTER., GLAZIER, y/" OF P.. Nou I 

paperbangcr. '4 9 Mar- ^S^,^ Friday. K. o 

B. C, Estimates cheer- ^^^ p-ndora str««fti 



- - t 



j li ^i'-'-'r ■'■ \- ' ' '. ' " " " ■-— i-i'-— ■■ -t ■ . ■ . 

-A ; 6 F. COURT NORTHERN LIGHT. 
A. No. IS36. meet* at Foresters' Hall. 
Br^>ad street. Slid and 4th Wedneadaya W. 

F. FuUerton. «ecr<t*ry. , . 

., FAB WEST L.ODOB. 
rriaay. n.. ot P. KUl. oor. XXHUll"* 
and Pandora str««ftfc J. U SmlUb, K. ot «. 
and a Box S44 



ply Mrs, Hnmiliou. ' 

\\'ANTB»— HOUBK' 
> \ elatif, r.oomlnt bousr. 
I'.iionlst. 



IBLB .GIRL 
K nftclcnooti. 



TO 
AP- 



i *OR FIRST 

Apply, BbX 44", 



\\rANTED— MOTHERS 
\\ tvn> yi»ars; two • 
cooking. .tt:m:.L-..,._ — 



• HELI'. I CHILD. 
tw.. y^rs: two • In family,, simple 



— „^^ casD and » 

REMOVAL NOTICE — THOMAS CATTBR- ( ,.-ort street 
all, bull*T arid gen-iai contractor, baa __-_. 

72 

G' ' REE-''' HOUSES— FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
long ladders, slepr. meat safe, dog 



T>.VRKDALB SlBDl VLSION— WE HAVE 
L one block remaining In above subdl 
vision at the original price of »200; %•::< 
cash and »10 month. I'emberlon * Spn. »1 I 



Korl.. 



ACRE — TERMS. VICTORIA WBffT. 
close, io, car. Pemberton & Son,, Sl'l 



\ir7ANTED 
VV work. 



"T„ WOMAN FOR 
House cleaning. 



•DAILV 



\ff EXPERIENCBD HOUPFM*". 
x\. need position 



l«t Sept en 



referenei>», 



\\ 



>ANTED-OOOD WAI TRBSS OL yMPtrS 

<'afe. , .'■ . ' , ' 

\T-ANTGD - IMMEDIATKLY BXl'BRI- 
VV enced stcnograptjcr and typewriter for 
temporary office work. AM>ly SI"'"" J-'^'"- 
er * Co, Ltd. wh<>le>*lcH'-ocers. Mrtorla. 

JTFeNCKJRAPHER. . BXPERIKNCKD. FOR 
, S> r-lleving wani«dr--Onr with knowledge 
I of writing lijstir • • lea- pi«f«<red. Ap- 

ply at on<:e Bt«\ niit . , ■ • ., , 

T'aDv'' help" V\ \> I i-.d' TO A*I«Jl8T TN 
Jj country hoiise, ensj "-"eH Of »"*"• 
aood homr lUO. Apply a; B., the Alexan^ 
Srs^RiS; n M« "Oov*rnT«en t .tr^pt itlWH*»rt) 
10 10 U' rt.m. r ' v<- 



.T",. 



►■_> Lodco lis moct^ l»t and 3rd ._- 
day K It V. Hall. W. Appleby. Fouj Bay. 
Prfildeot; J- «Mtch««». «ecr«t*ry, Sidney, 

B. • C 



AX'ANTBD- MAIDS FOR THE COtTNTRY 
VV good home s. E. A N. RalUyay. ^ 

TO UBT— HOtSEKEEFlNO BOOMS 



kouass In stock ajid made to ordftr, •'<'"•■■; 
Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Faotory. l«o» 
Vaooouvvr and Yates street. ^____ 



FOB SALB—MI.SCKLLANEOOS 



1/lOR StALK — MOTOR LACNCIL _, ^ ** ''' 
Jl' "Glaflvs. ■ IS feet long; almost i**'*': '" 
rttst class condlllon. Apply cja.iHjtakir. Oak 

Bay bbat 'honse^ j'- ' .,; 

l4ALB^LAl-NCH -Jl FEET OVER 



Jl a 



W'E WILL DRIVE YOU Ot'T TO »BE 

\> the lemaiiilng lots In P.irkdule. nil 
Kood.und high, iilajiy time coii-.-Ulent 10 
■you. Price i2''ni; |2.'. cash and *10 month. 

I'emlMMton & Son. Rl I Foi t street. ^ 



mo IfejBT— HOO«!BKEBPlNG BOOMS. 1024 
'X' Vancouver atrnet. . ^ 



I 



ACRNIWIED HOl'S.KKBBPINQ 



Apply 139 i»rtn<so»» avonu**. 
only; UO month. 



HOOMfl. 
. AQUItB 



IpUKNlSHBD OR 'NFI'RNJSHED «t)tSB 
keepln 
Fort stre*t. 



all. (Ive feet 1 In, beam, coppsr *n^d ; ,.h,-b 



brWss fastened; hard Voyd flhlih. Apply 
Vbw street. ' ■ 



T 60K AT THlM--TW|f,LVE HUXllP.KD 
1j acres, elghl mlbs on;. >n thr':« mail) 
r<ind«! '.<•" acres cleii.-i-d. '.-room hotise. 
bi.V-ns: rr!ce I.IS.OtvO: tasy t^-rms. Adhlnins 
propervl.i »:00 an Acre. Box 4 iv, « " ''!■"»' 

$~ -'/W\— R.\SY~TBRMS.' BUYS H.ACRE IN 
»)t/U Victoria west, three blocki from 
Pombfcrton & Hon.. H14 Fort 



A' 



rroMowiLK FOR- 8ALB— rotu- 

aeatefl 10 h p. fadlllac. 1-4*! ,«la3» 
front, lamps, 'P^re 'Urc. fulV eyulpnjer"^^^^^ 
splendid running order. ,W5. fO"!.. «"'"'* 
Ilile Mtjrrell, care Western Mo»» Co.. 
□road »Ir,eol. , __v__l : 



keeping or single roo'ms Apply »4 4 



S^^^^-V^I^SS^^n/^^^ 



CAKKI.AGE AND WAOON J>K*^5^ 

MABLi>~~WM.— IMPOHTER OF MAC- 
Lachlan buggies, traps: cannot be 
■■"' ' "17 John- 



CO., LTD.', 818 FORT ST. . - _ __. 1 , , -,- — ,-z^ 

ry brunch of the painting ^'q^o qF EJJOl.A?lb, PBlOB OF ISLAND 



and d. .-•uraung ou»lne»« and giumuate* aat 
Isf action; ,. ■ ' • ■ 



PATENTS AND, LEOAl.- 



ROWtAND BRITTAIN. REGIStBRBD 
Attorney,. Patents .In aJl countrlea 
Faimeld building. oppo«Ua P. a. Vancou- 
ver. 



l»aten for durability. Warv^ouso 
,..n St. Phone ia2«. 






PLCMBINO AND GA8FITTINO 



Lodge A. OF. Hall. Broad street, 
2„d a,Vd ?rh Tucidaya President C^^P»"^ 
iroy. Victoria W.,sl. Secretary. W. Dawton. 
Head Stt^eet. Eaciulmftl.t^ _.;._i_ : -, 

2oaiirr"r6R the PJHyPltfPl^^d 



ry 

40i< Colonist, _____________ 

^aSi'ED 1MMKD1AI*BLY. fOR 

. . rountrXi working" Imtiaekeep. 

•erai servant for family of four,_^ >: 

Ing ,wsges required 10 Mrs. I'iratr 

Newton. Saahlchton P O, Refer. 



\v 



THE 



.It 



mo iJrT— HOLSEKBKPINO ROOMS; 

L two bedrooms and kitchen. 43. Bell- 
vllle street, oppo site C, I'. R. Doc)ts,., 

TO LET— FT;RN1SUBD, LARGE BED 
7 room with use of dinlngroom. kluhen, 
bath and telephone. Apply' 120 GovoH-nment 
street. James Bay. No children. 



-iriOK SALB^-<rHBAP FURNITUKF 
.r thr*ejy»rh«rt flat, b^sl reslO'"io. 
of city, rent Tlo per month- -Ph 



'KK OF 

1 iiart 



PARKDALE- TWO LOTS AT Jir,0 EACH 
piyabie with .f:r. cash and HO mon'th 



ly, Inveators have already mad'* 
cent. Pemberton * Son,, til 4 Fort. 



00 



Iier 



YTIOR 8ALB— 4KX>h SAFR 9*a. '^^v' 'l^ 
X display, m: 20- font «""«% JM' 

-■■ Apply to B»x «a coio- 



flllng cabinet t% 
'nisi:' 



\VA.VTED— A WAITRESS. 
■>\ minion Rotel. 



AlU'i-.v 



CLOTHES "t'LKANlNti 



/^ ENTS' CLOTHES -CLEANED. DYED. 
^jr repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made. repaired and ra-covered. 
Guy W. Walker. 708 Johnson St., Just east 
• of Douglas Phone L-1267. '■ 



AND 

■ anlng, pressing and repairing 
on Short, notice. 1725 Government ■Ireel, 
Victoria. B.C. . 



W^AH CHONG--LADIE»' AND QENTS' 
V,V dry cl"i 



C COLBERT PLUMBING A HEATINO CO., 
J Ltd.-:^For first class workmanship in 
the abova line give lis a fr^al. Temporary 
office 7t5 Broughlon St., Phone 661. ^ ^ 

STOVK- 
u- RlSt7. 



A. 



N. ATKINSON, 
nolng; 2544 Bl 



POTTEBY WARB. KTO. 



COAL AND WOOD. 



PIPE. FIELD TILE. GROUND 
Fire Clay. Flower Pots, etc. B C, 
Pottery Co,, Ltd.. Cor. Broad and Pandora 
Sta. Victoria, B. ,C. , 



Q4EWER 



street. Phones. Inspector nus««l. ""• ■•'- 
reta ry L2 »48^ ■ ^^^ 

CONDENSED ADVERTISING; 



-r— .■ 



rOVXTBX ASO LIVESTOCK 



tirXNTBD — .SMOOTH -HA I RBI) 

VV terrier pup .< male.) Apply Box 



FOX- 



\\rANTRD— TO ' KEEP HOUBB IPOU 
VV three men. Apply 1187 No 



street. 



,..^. , . fth Park 

between the hours of.« and 8 p. m. 



F" OH RENT- -TWO FRONT FURNISHED 
housekeeplnk rooms, one a« bed-suting 
room, other kitchen, gaa '■;o.o>'';^ •'^^'-^^^i 
and cold w*ter, etc., bgth. ♦♦ W««k. B»roe» 

81^ Courtney itreeV 2. L-..-— ..J ' ' 

mo LET— PU R"Ni'^»«50 KOUSBXBBP- 
X Ing rooms, 818 X'andora av«ni»<i; _^ 



TJIOR HAUE-iBl;GGY IM OOOD ORI>«R 

" Apply «4l llarl.lnfet ftve. FhOne 



i"~iM5R HALE- 'ilH AJ-RES <.>F LAND-WXTH 
■ lake jind a larg-' deposit of llmestoti.. 
unalvrlng-Sxi per cut carbonate >ol llm«f The 
pri.pertv fronts on lb- R. «: N. railway 
BKmgslde of station and near to saanl' h 
Arm Mafrlat b- n fat,.d by Flago * 1 o., 
Undon. England, for e.rn.nt «'"' ^Ilv.• 
thelr eirtlflcaie for sa,me : AiiplyJ WriRlea- 
worth 17 Mile Post, E- & N, Rail way 



BCVGALUW' WELL- 
■d. fruit trees .larg.> 
lot.. 2 blo.^ks' from earllne. t3:+0»-xm terms. 
IVtnberion * .^on', ft I I. Fort 



17»U>HT Rgomed BI" 
U bulll, 'lUSl coinpletei 



Lt7:»5, 



F 



OH SALE— Hftat liRADK 
ban.lo. 59 Mensles street. 



STEWART 



TO UET— HOUSES 



W •, Nil, !►- WOMAN to SUPERrNTBND 
V> ,,„.kingi *A>*iH farrtlly: kllchen maid 
kept; good home. 1S3 Colonist. 



WANTED— ABSIS 
KAIowna Cott 



Colonial. 



iT^ANTED TO PtTRCHA^B. A GORDON 
>> seller -pup: must 1>6 ch»i»p tor cash. 
\i.ply Box 482 Colonist 






BURT. GEOT^DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
ot wood and coal. Delivered to any 



part of city, at current rates, 
yards. 7 3a Pandora. 



PboDS 823. 



BEAL ESTATE AGENTS 



C^UTHBERT. HERBERT ft CO.-^"BAR 
J gains Victoria Real Estate." Invest- 



ments. timber and fruit lands, BUI Fr>rt BL 

0^irj~E:5^r6F';F5'5iT~7oun fall Phone 1010. Cable address. -CuthberL _ 



G^J X., ... — 
' orders. Wood piled in yard or lot b 
fore cutting. Measure guaranteed. In cords 

or over, Tel. 149. ' ; 

ALL & WALKER WELLINGTON COL- 

llerlcs Coal. Comox Anthracite Coal. 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coal specially pre- 
pared, Tel 83: 1232 O overnment S t. 

i CO. — OFFICE 1!0B 
Coal delivered to any part 

city at current rates. Phono 84 7. 

foot of Chatham St. 

TJAINTliRrjT'E. ft'ioNS^OAL. WOOD 
Jl and bark ot nnest quality at current 
rates Try our new and specially prepared 
nut coala Phone 518. Offlca 811 Cormor- 
ant Bt. 



KlNt5HAM. J. A 
BROAD St. Co 



of .the 
Wharf, 



MARRIOTT ft FELLOWS—REAL ESr 
tato. ioorls. timber, mines a^nd rentals. 
Offices Vancouver. New Westminster and 
Victoria. 619 Trounce Avenue. Phone 646. 



POTTS. HOWARD A Q— REAL Es- 
tate Financial and Timber agenta In 
business in Victoria for over twenty yeara 
office 836 Fort street. 



CBEA.MEBIES \M> H .VIRTES 



ir^i 



YAL DAIRY— CREAMERY BUTTER, 



.. REAL 
... .Irnber loans, rentals, collections 
Offices: Reglna. Kask. and Victoria. B. O. 
Office; 1210 Broad .St. Phone 1'22. 



TRACKfiELL. ANDERSON A CO. 
estates, tl 



f^H aALE-THOHOlGHBREU .GoltDON 
F WtVcr piTps ttndioo chicken, at HJI 



■ettcr putMi u 
I aunlon afreet. 



f>RPlSUTON COCKRELS FOR 

. . anle . Wni. Cook. A Sonij. •l^"""-, ''"•i- 

miry hatched bird*. -H. O. Connor. Sidney. 

P.O. . r 



W'HlTE 
\ T snle. 



mciti'th, 
ev : 
P 



"STANT NURSE FOl^ 
(ttag* Hospital, salary |»0 
qualllUatlons, lestUnohiHls,' | _ 



/I ORDON HBAD, TO BBNT— t70TTA.qB. 
\T Jlx rooms, and 10 acres, also log cabin 



TTIOR HALE- TWELVE HOR.'4E-rOWBR 
1/ holler and engine, first ei«i,ii condition. 
Apply Parsons Bridge Hotel 

' T^OR SALB-AN' ' oi,D . ' ■HJ5*?'- 

.r cars-»4 and Inlaid. In good wrder. 1214 
Bro ad ^treet. ,. , 1 ' 

l^OR SALB-^ONB 20-POOT LAt'ftMt^M 



lumber lined, •tabling. -U fowl Oous«» and 
run. good.wMer. 82" P^"" "'""»'^: T"'' '' [': 
quired. Uarman & Applelou, aJI \al<;s 

•"■"■♦ ■ • "-- e- 



'■ age 
na. 



R, ' 



cations, lestunoniHis, , ^...^ " ' ' IJ LJi ." l a ' . 'Z> «i utai jwnitj 

Apply to secretary, rno RBNTtH'OMFoBTABDT FLHi««dHBV 
<• . I'l _,_. ._. >,,.„.. with riMidtrn-con- 



'WA.NTtU- 
\ V baby I 



TO CARB FOR 



WO.MAN , - 

y and do light liOuSeworK; would 
like her to go to Kamloops foe winter. 
Apply 829 Andrew .!reet, corner Jams*, 
evenings; Victoria West 



|X six roomed house wltft modlirn -con- 
veniences. Apply ;;*»! ROt<< «tre*t. 



w 



InoR SA LE OR KXCHANOE-:^'^'-/' 
^ bred Pome'talnan d"g. v»l\'f, »^» "VV''^ 
■ ' o. McConnel, t.»or- 



excliangft for chickens 
don ■llead ' 



Tanted—a nursery ooVKrnhss 

Apply Mri J. S. ,H. Maison Mount 
Adelaide, E»qufmalt, between the hourg »f 

11 a.m. and 1 p'm, ■ ^ , ■ ^ '-i. - . 

nTm'Y MORE SBWINf* MACHtNB Op- 
erators wanted, electric power rn*- 
chlnes, elghl hour day ""'""n J,"„'L**iv <•,!" 
tinners taught. Apply Turner B'Mon * S;"-; 
factory corner of Baatlon an*Ja.Jiart strsals 
Victoria. 



w 



E HAVE THREE OB FOUR PEOPLE 
In the office everf day looklhg for 



TJARKDAI.E $200, »i:.0. AND f:2a I'F.U ■ 
1 lot pavable with i:h e»a,h ' and »I» 
monthly. S '-., bl.»-k« from ears •« e «•! I 
drive you oul ni 3 .-• or . P m. or 1-0 a.m. 
I'emliert.m * Soif , till Furl ■ ' 



1>ARKDAI.K I.OT.M $iO<»KA''lL »'-'* ''^SH 
$10 jnc.olbh eulilvale.l, XV, bliK'ks 



•from cars. 



1". niberlon A S.m. 'ill Fori. 



4 h. 



p enjitj' 



F. L, Heck. Mayfte 



W ANTED— M IbCBLLANEOCS 



WANTED., WK^- 
will lily ;tS per c 
t'^olOnlai, 



ttOOD sttcvjtitv, 

*nt Apply Box *«9 



houtea to rent If yoif U*^?,.""' 
•nd 1st u» have partlcalfcn .Wf U. 
Gl-ubb'. 1112 Broad street^ . 

-^ — ^ 



dfop In 
Robert 



\\;AN-tED— TO inrf a 

VV. bulldog pup. aox4»7 Colonist 



WRLI.-BRBD 



» « t^VNTED TO PURCHASE. 
VV setter pup 
Apply Bo,x 



, BA1L.MAKFK« 



JEVNB A BRO.. SAIL 
awnings, camp fuii..i 
B70 Johnson Bt. Phone 79B. 



. .i...;i.U3v! 



_. A GORDON 

must be cheap, far cash. 
3S'.; t'olonlsl, , . 

'ii^OJl srLE^'THOir^K PURE BHK'> 
r Yorkshire .swine, both, sexes; |''\,^lK 
growlhv, eirly maturing kind. Apply Har- 
"*p Braefoot Farm. Mount, Tolmle. B ■ < 



liable for quality and purity. Dairy 
Douglas fit,, or Phonp ISfc , 



1110 



STENCIL AND SEAL KNOBAVTNO 

ENERAL ENORA V K R 
Cutter, Geo. Ci 
behind Post Office. 



AND STENCJL 
lU Wharf St.. 



S-M.K KNGLISH SETTEH, i'UP 

„ pies, six months- old; LowCn pfoDerty 
Enquire on Gorge, B. t arroH. 



XTirANTED— DHEHSMAKING APPRENTl- 
V\ eea Apply ^lrs. Angus. Jrd floor 
Spincer's 



•r\;tANTED— DRESSMAKING APPHBNlPI- 
VV cea ' Apply Mls« McMillan, Srd floor 



Spencer's 



\X 'ANTED -N1CI1_FAM,JI»T i,TOt'RBNT \ 

\\ rottiwe. ampi* grouttfls 6«4 •j;£2' 
«onv»nlMice; situated near Four-MHe Hou**. 
P, O. Box 857 VIetorIa, . ^ 



I' ADTSMITH HOUSE.i TEN ROt^MS, 
J ftiftvlshed. $2B month: ^■'^'•"''r., ^^"ij-';.- 
Powell and First avenue. i.ji d.y»mlth. B. « 



WTANTSD TO RENT— A OOOO PIANO 
>V bv the month;, will tJe taken good 



MODERN .VUUIJ.M FIUNISHED BIN 
..^-ah.w on, lv»*- •oVner IM. o»« •j'"'''^ 
from Co«k s.ree. car lln-; half "'«<'. f^' 
posloffb-e »: toe. Jl.ooe ■■■xfh t^ 111 handle 
thia Owher. H,.t. -X colpplst. ^ /. 

1>ARKI>.M^K~I." -Tj hloeks from the car 
lln. ' The lo<s s're ^ach '< 



-nfferjd at 



care ot. 
Rl»07. 



-\pply 10 



■nrlo.^ii"hl,i , In 
p..r <'eni "" 
berton *. ^1 

eini.i''^ 

r 



^;tw w nil, $-■■. 



.'stipis lia\' 



Oxlli'tt feel, 
. nsh and T><t 
already made H'l 



I h.Tsed there. 
.. treet. 



■l'«m- 



muLM COTTAOF, 

tild couple; mod- 



b'allas avenue; phone "IJ^,. 

--: . ■ 1^1 IM 

I' 



I- 



;i ■. 



riiit- 



'"T AST CHANCE" I ('AN AND "WILI 
XJ 



ST t.-JlAM" e. i » '"- --..-" '"•: 

B»irte that 4l00 will bring you 8V0.- 
ooo^-fyear In '-" -— •'' *>""'•"• ixvest- 



^o^'^year in * safe, sound honest Irt^'**" „p 
lent; late*t. Best OTnTOrWhUy ';!>/^'''',' |,„ 
rite quick for particulars. .T. IV R**"- — 



TO y,ET_MODBRN T-ROOM HOUSE, 
Hlllald«' avernie, doge to Douglas Street, 
n. H. Jones, Room 20. Promis Block, Gov- 
ernment street. 



,sec. Sault Sle Morle^ Mich 

XPKniENCED MENTAL 
accomodation In her ow 
private patient. Address 
Wcstmluster. B. V. 



ISB HAS 1 
rtoms for »t"' 
ox U74 New 



SITUATIONS WANTED— MALB 



J^lOR 



t.O(|T AND FOmCD 



DBAVMEN 



XTEANEY. JOSEPH — OFFICE 86 Wharf 
ll street. Telephone 171. 



\r ICTORIA TRUCK 
> Telephone 13- 



AND DRAY CO.— 



n\T3 WtUtKS 



I. ...:..%.. DYE WORKS— THE LAR- 
geat dyeing and cleaning works In the 
province. Country orders' solicited. Tel. 
'■00 J. C Renfrew, proprietor . 



B. 



P 



AUL'S STEAM DYe"wOBKS— 318 PORT 



SAND AND OBAVBL 



C SAND A GRAVEL CO. — I -'i »J. 
Johnson St. Tel. 1.188. Washed and 
graded sand; gravel for concrete work. T>o 



B. 



I ,,S'|'~t. 
\i man' 

L 



■|-_,jN- THE KITH lN.ST..t ZX EA.ST.- 
f/ddlng camera. Reward. Af" 



(IDRDON 

p, , ,,„i. !■ looi' . ! ■•o oiunlhs old; 
,:„,IV ears, brown on lefts and "H""*',''; 

graueti sanu; grav.. iw. >•„..,.,.. -• xrZ strsiiBlit. haln<. Rewui;^tl, ADpi.v iJO.\ i 

llvered by team or on scows at Royal Bay. ,.„|„„|g,. 



T>t)stTioN dr TRUST,. hbqimkp:d BY 

I ...uple. anv ctipaclty. nhd iiot_ ^^f^]^"^ 
work. i^)w vi or couni ry. Bo.x 48. '^_g'g;^- 

MAHIUEirilAN .SEEKS- POSl- 
or unit or anv kind ,of em- 
nlovmenv In busin'-s* lu.use or warehouse. 
.Vdilr.ss H"\ ♦7!» Colonis t. . , ._ 

AND HrtNKST. 
othei- Ultitl of 



mo RENT--THB 10-^OOM HOUBB FUB- 

l- nlshed at 1486 Fort street, for six 
months or one year from September 1st. 
Phone 248ft; no sm all ch il dren, . ' 

mo I.EASE FOR LENGTH OF TIME. > 
X furnUhed six-room cottage, all modern 
convenlent-cs. hear beach ,*";•„ „^» "■„.''" '-' 
Apply 31 South Turner street, .Tames Hst. 



\''(H'NG 
Hon 



-Xrol NO .M A N. N B AT 
X wanis Janllf"' "f *"y 
work. Box 480 f'olonlsi. 



HO US 
10. 



BE TO RENT— 1712 DKNMAN ST. 
rooms With all modern convenUnc- 
es laige garden with flowers and vege- 
lables. twrniv-four frull trees, thirty dollars 
pTr month or would lease for one year. Ap- 
ply Victoria hotel. a ' 



\I''ANTBD-_a""'bB)CONB1hAND HBVER.S- 

\V"lng clutch for 2^, h.....o."v...- marliie 

motor also . bearing* Xor 1 ^PPU 

442 Colonist 

7 I8T 'n>UR~P>^JPKRTT WJTH A LIVF. 

1j ■firm,. Weytii'tw "have the buyer* ready 

to ,purchaSe..^ 

American 

Phone '.'l 



ItiiSfF Full Vur.RS.BLF 
iinndied rt'iHars on 011c of one 
pHikdaV. »-'5 cash and $1" 
.inall lioin.B are l-apldlv fioln.,; 
,1 \.,i,i.| i.niis' now ',' Pcmberr 

,1^ I'l.ii. Sirer t . ^ 

■,\ kTvE .VCllES ALL IN 
i.i'ariiiK trees, also T, qiianlll'-' 
, „ ■. .. iabt lo.mied house, firci 
class ..on.llH,..!, in^K." barn, carriage hot,>.-, 
I.ri-k dalTv en. I %vHeh house, runnliig water 
n I, .Old. I'l''-' »*..'inO. Apply 'K. A 

Push.!' ' M,M.t:.« s Shoe M'lore, 12'j; 

» ;»i\ f rt! I'H ' ■ ■ ""-' ' '... - , . ^ - 

Vti: viHji T'h Tlcn-s vuK FORT geohgi.: 

ipvvnsl'e Child & Cb„ Room 11,, 70r>-J 



sir' 'rn 



111: 

sniiii I 



If paye 
tiv Co 



ns. Canadian 
Douglas .«! 



H irritN "STrBBT. <0x1S0 
line; nea" Oovertinien' 
lis, owner,. Box' 161. 



SCMMBR BESOtttik 



ejHOBTHA?«D 



CJHORtHAND SCHOOL-UOO H,ROAD ST_, 
r> Victoria. Shorthand;- Typewriting, 
Bookkeeping, Telegraphy thoroughly taiJghl. 
Graduates fill good positions. L, A. wac- 
Billlan. principal. ^__^_____— . 



TUST BETWEEN F^B.NWOOD ^ AND 
\a cook street, a bb.< of •chlld.'JU-dresscli, 

liew.*rd Bbx 4.=i7 I'olnnist. , ■ : ■ ■ 



nr.siM, 



( 11 V M 



Street. We clean, preas and r.-p-i)r 



ladles' and gentttmen a garments equ 
new. Phone «24'. 



SCAVKNtiING 



■iriC'rORlA STEAM DYE WORKS. S44 ] 
V Fort street; telephone 717. Ladles j 
; .id Gentlenien's garments cleaned or dyetl. 



,E. 



LINES — YARDS CLEANED, 
dence 428 Cook St. Phone 1. 



vt-wv/i Miv^! I'.'-ktwJM FrriNi-niiR, 

."*v,>UU nrw»rillng. houB- r.n,iv,niini B. *-^ 

Baden- 



T^^^^^^^^i^^ \ \rz. 'Ss *■■^4•;aM^%of ^^ 

^;:.m;;^f;;''a;:;.%J:.v'':;..<r:K £^.v"It|fi.blng ,ca.o„, App.y ... 



90ARD 

salmon 



position, .\ildi'KS 



Box XYK t^olonlsi. 



/^jpt.u 

' ■ an,\ 



TurrvKTl WANTS POSITION IN 



I.UhIII'MH. 



rinx 4 SO t.'.nlonlSl. 



1 )1>MTII>N 
oiighly 



\ear, rent 01 • 
,,1 FIrsr nveii. 



B; '• 



" aT male ATT KNl > A'NT TO 
Benlbmail Invalid "r o"I'.er*dSe: Ihor- 
vnerlenci'd . Would llftyr' ".'" 
,atic.- .10 .?b,i'e'.'; pUne 199», 4T» Hupeflor 

«tr*>et, VI(:«orli>; B, ». . • .. ^^ , 

J/INGLISI I M A V 
pr^^m- chicken 
Colonial 



■\vi,N"rs JOB ON FRUIT 
ioim Apply , box '4jb 



"OUENA VISTA "itOTEL, CO;??ICUAN BAY 
x5 under new managemei><; good boaimg. 



bathing and fishing. Ho 
trains At Cowtchan stallft 
T L. Forrest. Corfleld ^ 



carriage mc...t« 
For terms 4,pply 
O,. B, IX' 



UI'KLAND PARK/ WEST PENDER IRL- 
■ ./sunTmor resort, a, ...lew, 
it«s 81.00, per day. W. 



guests taken 
Grimmer. 



\\^A,N7ftD -THE VlCtORLV SPOBTINO 
>V yioods Company will either buy or 
take/in exc;hang<^ your shotgun Or rifle, ^ 

"r a'ntei.) "' A N ~ ofFbh " "for"'' '-• " . " o " ! 

Xmalgamated Develojiment Ci. , 

shares. Apply •fi'^ Ccvltnjwr. ^ „'._..._ 

T~'?r~'TiiiB <'rn^.BNs' of vTGTORIAf 
Names and addresses wapU'd of pros> 
nectlve settlers, and home-buS'ers noW liv- 
ing in British Isles and Canada. Pleast. 
send names to Vancouver laland Oovelop- 
meiit Leagii.>, ^34 Bronghton street, M< > 
torla. I.lieialurn and full Information 
sent to all names furnished. 

IF "YOU WlaH~l"0 DISl'OSH OF YOUR 
law fer theology booksi, drop hie. a^ card 
and I will r,«ll on you I will be I" Vic- 
toria once a month. Edwin i. Galloway, 
new eml old book store, T«2 Granville St,, 
Vancouver, ' . / , _ 

AGGAGE PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current rates by the A'IctorIa Transfer 



<1N' SALlil AT PKU'F.-; 
s\o\i: ".'all and hivts 
H.lvance; Jii. CBSh aii.l 
iileiMn & Son,. B14 Fo.'i 



H 

Val.s •= 

PH fe. 1 I 

bulldlnui' 
Colonls' 

I' )AKKI> \ 
,fr..n. 
Ilgale le, 1' 
till p. 1 lb' 

sin-t ^ .• 

TTooTrL Vm) ('•or HALE— FIFTY .All LF.- 
Cj from \ b lorla on I-:. & N. Railway Pais. 
lo rlfar close to good market. Uop •.» i 
iehool and chur.h^-s, %YI1,I ^^\ "P^','', T 
p\,rch«ser from ten acres up, '""-l ndJoliUnc 
held twice .the price I am asking. Alt. 
good seventy-five aero farm, aa a, golm 
f„ er's, ca« show fifteen per Csnt ou 
moiev invested H yO« mean buslPee. 
5?rltefor parilculara No agents need appiy. 
Box stR.i Colon i»(, ; ;; 



i;LE<"fRIC'lANa' ft EI/KCTRIC SUPPI.IKS 

F 



( II >T 



"it TUSON, ELECTRICAL CON- 
is. Motor boats, gasoline snElusa 



lb 786 F.5rt St. 



jTAWi^lNS & HAYWOOD. 728 TATBB 

\ 1 .St Elec^rlclnns; all kinds of supplies 

-• ■! ' Ihslallalloiis .and -r<H>airs firomptly 

• ; r.'ir"tor Pi'lccs " nioder ale. CTion<i/ 848. 

KMPLOTmBI^T PCI|BAi; 

rtNol^Nr'uoa" GOV-TStT PHONE 23. 

t.L.V.'S.s .\N1) Gl ,\7,INO 



~\ r'tcTOUIA SCAVENGING 
V la^ti Government street. 
Ashes a^rr .rubbish removed, 

STORAGE AND WAKKUOtSlNti 



Cb. OFFICE 1 \V-ANTEI) 
Phono Of.,' » ♦ -•,.....»: 



-OFFICE MAN WITH A I.K\*.l \ 
ri.l dollars _ti> lalte a working 
•^K. Appl.v Box .711 Colo- 



w 



EVERY DESCRIPTION 
Plate. sUect. piisninil 
l.aded. otc. Tlio MttlrOse ■ 

;-lreet. . -- ■ 



OF GLASS — 

ornamental. 

I !d., 618 Fort 



Uouslnt. 
No. 1 ' 



WHARF ST.. FOOT 
Yates: commission, stornge. ware-. 
A..iu.faciurer'», agent and I}ond 
SfM. F, O. Box 408. »»< 



•r> H. BYR.V. U02-4 
AV. of 



F 

•Ing 
the 
and 



HtoI' I --ND WAREHOUSING— IMOO 
to feet 0/ lloor space. Apply W. W. Dun- 
can, 686 Yates. P. O. Box 173- J;J«y: \ '^ 

., _ »:e8 _ _^__ 

VtlJNEER '^JFFEE & SPICE ,MI;LLS, 
Ltd, Pembroke strceL Vrctorla. Tel'e- 



IIRJOR. E 

i HgrlcuHural 



HAHD'WARE 

j^. 00.— HARDWARI 



,, boson and 



imiilemen'.s. 
iJoverriment Sts. 



AND 

Corner, of 



riViTii. uiC^ilA.V TYE HARDWARE CO.— 
'''"ttd'^otv stTFl. hardware, cuilery, 20 
■|/»Y«tes Street. Victoria, B. <.. 



1 

phone BB 



TIMBER. LANDS, ETC. 



APT. O. iy BBOWNRIGG. TIMUBH 

• lands, mining, Office ImpeHal hotel. 
I-,0, Box r.C3^ 

" unBbbtakino and KMnA'^' '>■''• 



HE GfJOinVlLL AND 

, '..O-room board and lodg- 

housc, l.-caled wIthWi live minutes of 

oil office; has n , splendid connection 

„ . Carw«,ys fill- ....o„„d A hi;';-^ '. 

"V"";ni?,'iVss"'nt" :.o'„ablf COS., 

.^OR HALE~A PAYING ROOMINC 
house. Apply 621 Slincocslree_t,^_ _ 



Vot'VG MAN i^ii .H'ST COMlNfO ^ftOM 

■Fneland deslrra post at «1«k. raOway 

,., oih''iNWs.^ good bookkeeper. Apply bbx 

414 Cid.inlid 



DERRAVA^ 
road, . 



e n. b eautifully sltuat- 
r rtnt." ■T«'»« moder- 



1> E.-! PK. T A HLK TOUNU i M ARRH 
IV se.kS permniienl ■,r""»*''^"',^^J,'Ji;,4„ 
look afl.M horse. cnreUker or other* lie 
17i:. Blaiich nrd. ____„_J.^ 

Lii ■rVrfi on~1bv a .sted • im m edi a t k i . i; 

C*> on dairy, ^fruH or chlPkenfsrn, c I 

nillkev nnd llf. rxperlence wiui 

Hnx 4.1,1 Colonist .' 



F 



Ot5>M/Na Hm-SB AT LADT8MIT! , V3 
rZ.L.'^ . Prico l.'iOO. three, year le-ase. 
moirth. Room 2. 7li, Yates 



rent, ■ $20. per 

stre et. ,■ . . ^ ■ ' — .: -_ 

STpLkndid opening for a HOBER IS'- 
to dustrlous blacksmith and ^OO' ;vor,.jt . 
newlv built Shop will be rented to th-3 r.,«ht 
SeMon For further partlculais apply lo, L 
O Derners ('olwood. Oak Doll Park. 



TAPANKSE WISIIKS 
•I I'M w,or(<, .\pply ' 



HiHiM cm MT'll- 
H, .N'aka. 1' n Hov 



.ISR. 



i T^TR~aALE- I.AUNDRY AND LOT ON 
T Slt^.e<; slreel. block 20. lot 20 irlnnge 
M.epe, Price »S,700. Apply I '<"> 0"^ ' **'; 



on'l 



b: 



-fc. FUNERAL FtJRNISIUNO CO., 1010 | 



2S« ,22.17. 2238. 
f-hiis, Hayward. 
F. Caselton. Mgr. 



Vr.TK.RINABV HCflOOLS 



T.-I.XPERTB.NCED ACCOUNTANT ^I.'-l- 
Jlli wfli.. up books, prepare balance sheets 
and profit and loss aeeonnle for prUntr 
traders or loan compi •• ' ' " 

iilst ■ ■ ■ 

\\TELL EDUCATED -MAN KKS(I iltKK 
VV cliujcal work;"»inBrt ai ftgures; well 
■ ■ • • Hi IV 



;aOH - ii^IMALT road; CO.. Phone 129. Offir, open night and day. 
■arge garde 
ad, neary<fe«. On car 
ale. pjy6ne L728. , 

ROOM AND BOAT. D 

r>'«ARD AND R'K>Mi. 152 Mwir.le. sireet 

li t,n minuteii from post office. PiU.s 

III ode rale. , ' ^ ^ 

JtURNf^HBD nOOXtS ^ - "':''^^'i7 
eomfortab".. home; best ''^"f 'l*^, <•< ok; 
ing l«21 Ouadra, street., close 10 Pan.'"";^ 
itfeet car line; five mlnuUt' ^va.k 1 1'om 
Government street; phone ].ii^\t. 



T»EAD Tms-FOR SALE OFF THE 
I\ BuVnsld'e. road, close- lo Portage luUt 
and pi-oposed line. 17 atues at »200, a snap. 
Holmes Buin8ld« gi-oonhouscs. buawbcr." 
Va|., PO. 



F 



S"iALL FARM— SOUTH 8AANICH. »W 
miles from Victoria on main road. !:i 
aerts pretty.>»lx roomed bungalow, recentl.r 

vx7^-TED-To- PURCHASE. OLD MA- ^^^^ ^:^!. :;:^,:;:%J:!'':^:^r^.:lrz.J:. 

Vv hogi.r.y furnllure, clocks, grandfather J""";,, trees. 1. 000 strawberries, kitchen, 
clocks, coins, stamps, etc. A. A. ■^•'■""•°"' '„aln all small fruits, about six acr.'S In 

8G John son stre et. . 1 J^,, .n^ peas and seeded down to dovsr 

, _iT.xrT'i-t>_l.<3rHAP "^TtRABft t' O P P E R, i and grass. «*) chickens, dm Ux, three Incn- 
W'^';7n ^;ai e«st''"oT'.ac^k? and^'ili Kfor'.:\roode^ good family cow and a 
i/inrt. of b. -tlei and rubber; highest, cash I auantlty of farm Implements. A gennln. 
dHccs paid' , rietorVa ' un-fe Agency! U20 ^^Ing concern. S^OOO take. Im'm;-!'";** P,^'"- 
prices paiu. »,,,., _^ ,,,, Session.' Price 17,000, 10 years lo pay lb« 

balance. Apply .1. K. Colonist oflloe. 



Store street. T'hone 11.1R, 



NTIQUB JEWELEHY, DIAMONDS. EN- 
gtavlngs and pictures bfjughi.- and sold. 
Mra A. A. Aaronson. S'. .lohnson street. , 



COlj RTN FY 1 1 .4 'r V- 11 AE I 



terms 



ecommendHiI) marrl 
t'olonlsl.; , "" 



\ I . ! 1 1 \- 



.101 



HOLLIES- 7S« CO 
Tel Ll«l«. Room 

moderate. Miss Hall. 

rKRT^TTV ItHT, 517 .GOVKH.NMENr 

'street Cose plnrlUmcnl buildings, under 
new management, IS place for home^ com- 
forts aUo table board; sure satisfaction, 

worlit n trlalL_Photi^s_ 24 4.1, ;;____ 

OOmTTnD BOARD.^ TRRM-S.-MODBR- 

e. Angel H< " ' '"" 

p. .site court house. 



rROPERfT WANTFD 



REAL JUTATB 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 



S' 



R'^'irer Aiigel HoVeV. Langley street, op^ 



GOOD BI'ILDI.N'IJ 



ft • 1 n 



Jtihoti Blk. 



1118 



\\,^^N'r^:l> -- 

> V ' close In, apply at oni- I " '• 



Government St. 
T*l. 1811. 



iTOloWlsl 



T-O RENT 



SITUATIONS WAN rM>— » L.MA 



Gov't St. T.'l. 22:1 
i 22SIt. I'rbniiit nlicntlttlt 
I \'t,n ; A, llnywaid. Sec, ^ 

" T*T«r'BY-!!;(\rt«e"ne««') TOs!tir««t»« i rV: ~l~l,"ANNA.™r"NUBKT:\TacR-~P^ 

I^ererBJ a- v ,,„,,^. ,. .oflc- » l >> . lors 920 Val-s St. Otadualo U. R 

I^Ap Po'wdcr dusted in the bglU. kolic^ lcnlleg„ ot E.nb«.lniln« Conlraetor to 11 



'•»•< water sad disiafcvU. } 



Navy uHKb pUoihj 1U8 Res ph. 



Ctl 



c^ VV FU/v.-^i- - VETEIIINARY COl. 
8 lege Catalogne .nailed frr.e. Dr. 



-(AN' FRANCLSCO 
►-5 lege, CtttlUohiiv 

Koflne. 1818 Mark.t sir 



et. S.I.V 



Advertise in THE qOLONIS' 



T 



W'.WTi:!' BV A HIHL < >F H 



ifllO ltKNT--<lll<>UND FHHIH. CISNTH-'Vl, 

— t 1 loi.allon, i.lM feel Moor ft^vv. ihotl- 

siTl'.V- ^,.,Hte renta£^ Apply »'0. Box i\Xu. 



IvN-rili" "»N -l^" tJOOD FAM 

l)v .11 ,.» BoverneiHi; la ft (|U»I!" 

(led le.ieh'-r:- has .•xi.ci'lcnce; ''omes co^ 
Kood nnd ,i.iib«lanilal li<"»*'- ApI''^ '''' 
J ;„ . '..iiiiiiiil. 



iTr?rrr%i;i;i PERM - stK>KB ^^^^^^^^^^ 

H»x 



1..1II with Stov.- ....sklne ul. nsUs. col, 



tn«urBts; fL'O monti 

807. L_— • ■— - ' 

rno'^LKT-ROOM.'^ AND liFFlcf; APPLY 
X to 710 Fort slreel, near Douglas St. i 



\TI"*ANTEtV-''"*^''^'^''"^' '" ^ 

\\ crlpllo"'". i" ""'' around \ leiorla. 
wll'h us. we have buyer*. Marriotiv K 
lows. <>I0 rroimne Ave, Phon. ''• 

\F' ANTED-^ "a" LOtIjN"" i . I .V I ■ l''. ••"• 
VV nue; state torms; owneis onb 



H'si 1 
Fcl- I 



ii.>5; 




a7i« Colonist. 



WANTED- VOIH Til 
bush land; n^tist b 



IVE ACHES OF I ,» ,^,.^,., 



Iiood 



[)( (lordoii Head 01 



Jikap; nelglihor- 

C,ivd...-ii Hav. 



|.Tl,l, ,'4IZl.:il Lii'l' I'N 
i.rii \HiieiMivrr slruet. 



VIEW 

11 Uie 



$i.sr)i> 



Harivieii* At>lii.di)>'l.. .:&.»i4 Va'-'li »"• 

7r7l*ED''-Tb BXCILANC;!' • •■ Ai 111..- _ 

vrd ,'^aanl-!h pr.iiM-iiy f'''' ,.'^''''"'i. I miT R^fl 

Ph.. IIP icjSis. loaw lUilUn St., I^IfiJ ,0ow 



w 



F-i, I'i'fiCH vHR.-T Ai'iHY BioArrr, 

, Cilliiison street, near 
"11 • . 1 



i 



propni ty. 
Oak UAy 



T'VhcII \SKH A COOK STUKK'l' 
I,, I This baiguln lasis onlv 



tl diiy <" 



Advertise in THE COLONIST iF" 



I ill . I hancev 



jJ:.^illK^iiSM 












jju.. .,.-MM<l'»i»J«WI""»W«.»W'W<'>»W'iwi>ii>)|«yiiiii 



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f^;; r,. /.n ... 1 ,1 , . ■ f ;,-n , . n,,vi.;. , , r„yVi^rn-.n , n- r^ | r,./-^-,-rrA«Tff7r'n-r-«-i^-iTp'-7TBrrrn'm i-fftii^frirHMife 'fr r.TiTmmnTrFTrmn.mi i ai 



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Wadnasday, August 24, 1(0 



VICIORIA DAILt COLONIST 



17 



X 



Were Aclain and Eve 
Am^icans? 

Scienti.sts have loug uspectcd that there was a real 
connection between tiC aborigines of North America 
and the early peoplesof Europe/ Investigation has 
borne- out tlie theory liat civilization as ■we'Tiave it 
today (originated in th primitive culture of our own 
hnliaiis and K^kiim*. uadaJiout it in . ' 

The Colonist Sunday Magazine 



Mr. Wliitr'> excellent a'ticlr dralm 
lurd lit' (•t)nservationH')i resources 
next Sundav's'dition, auc 



Ml 



IS con- 



ni 



Inuin 

tfrc'<t in- pomts o 

]irclu:n.'^i\ r arlicU' 



Sib i cot. 



Willi tlH' cr\MM 
ran;i.(' 
1 lal-;c ■■- 111.) M mu 

WW 



in 



I.- a I 



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oil I. IV raiiaMiaii Indian oi I ndax 
v.riitcn by .Mi-- MH/abc'i W ;dlllslt.■^ in Tlu- Mnipir 
[\ t' \' i '.• \\ , wliirli i.- woilh ^! ill' tu (,,'anadiaii ri'.adcrs. 



c 



The Fate of the Fur 
_ Seals 

tells how Director WilliaaiiT. Hornaday of the Bronx 
Zoological Gardens, New York City-, is fighting 
against the decision to killoff large n]n^mbers of the 

male seals orTTRc Pribilof slands." — " 

Tlie Colonist Sunday Magazine 



also contains the usual intensting departments, well- 
< ditcd and especially prep;red, and a (|uantity of 
carefully selected miscellatieous .reading. Make a 



habit of reading 



The Colonist Sunday Magazine 




LinLE TRADING 




General Recovery From Weak 
Opening Made on Small Vol- 
ume of Business— Money in 
Plentifui' Supply 



turned ratlmr s'hinply und iiiiido a gen- 
CTnl recovery. Trading was aKiiiii very 
eontraclPiJ .ind UiiiUed f tli<' iiMiiiil 
iimrkol lenders. Ki'inllnvj. Oi.- I l.u rliiiaiiM 



' coriiprlK- 

Ihr dtO'".-. 



1, III.- 

Mt ot' 

was in II. I siiia II 
n I.. I i I pildilUoii 

i.-t t" unUnidluK 
■ that quarier. 



und United Stat..- ,-i' 

Ins fully .sixty ihm ' 

tiinall ()\:ertiii II. 

The early \\. akiu^-s 

rnoiLsurc i!'..' i" si-llii 
I aecfuiul, . ii; :i i 111.- li 
1 Whii li " a-: ! ! ;i. .-aMr I 

On till- i-i'"K exrhjuiKe, thp point "f 
view respectUij; tlie Immediate outlook 
was rather mixed. The large bear party 
unhesitatingly attacked the market at 
every favorable opportunity, but It Is 
showing Increasing weakneas. - 

In banking circles surface conditions 

)ntl1x;Brte that nothlhfj la being done to 

encourage an advance except for the 

greater easy of money. InaNmucli as 

these circles .control the springs of 

j .speculative supply It is not unlikelj' that 

; cash for such purposes trmy be obtaln- 

'*l»!e when conditions become WKa"* pro- 

j pltlOUR. - . 

Further prooi* was offered today of 
the beginning of a money overflow- -t«y- 
I meet the coming movement <>f crops, the 
[ sub-treasury showing a further gain of 
ca.sh In operations vvlth the banks. 
i Foreign , ej^chaivse doaed , without 
!-i:-ha.ngo. .-r' ■ ,, '• . •";■"'" 

The bonrf msritcet «tl«l «ta«)dy. and 
Lwas without feature. Total sates par 
i value Jl.SOfi.OOO. 

VIGXOBIA SXOOK EXCHAKQE 



NSW YOBX BTOCK8 



(Furnlslied liy K. W. Stevenson & Co.) 
NEW YOHK, Aug. 23.— The active la- 
sues closed generally higher but other- 
wise the trading wix.y relatively dull and 
feuiureless. There was a noticeable ab- 
sence <if the tieiivy pressure noted hi 
the la.st two hiiuVs of ycHtei'day's ses- 
sion and although the loiid during tho 
early trading Indicated foreign realiz- 
ing, Htm gbod Hiipport was In evidence ^ 
and ropm traders whose opt-rallons dom- ] 
liiHtod the HCl.lon.ol" th.' li' i iiroci-c'ded I 
to cover th.dr c'i.nninlttiii.i,i in a lel.sur- 
ely manner. UulTpolnt.- u.f .irculivt'ed j 
on 'He\-cral specluUileH .surli a-. ' 'otton Oil i 
and Virginia Chemical l)Ui v i v lim-! 
following v.-as created.—^iM.. ; .. I h. mi | 
iiient over night seemed to havi- (iiiiii...-| 
cd .slightly and there waa... nm 
slrcHS laid on recent pnliii. 
nientK as herefogor<'. 



do. pfd •• 

Sou. Pac 114% 118 

Tenn. Copper 24% 24 

Texas I'HU 28 25% 

Third Ave. 

Tol{ Si. U and W. . 2:!V4 2 3y* 

""io. pfd iHM 4 9 

Twin City 

Union Fac . . . I 'H ',i, 1(55% 

do. pfd 

U. S. Cast Iron I'Ipe . . 

II. S. Steel 70% BUVi 

do. pfd. ., 116% 116 

Utah .Copper 4 5*1 ^JVi 

Va. Car. Chem r>7 U .''.7 

Wabash I 7 'Vi 1 7 »4 

do. pfd. ;ui\ :ir)% 

Westlnghouse 

Wis. Cen. .... 

Moii'oy on call \% per cent. 

'Poial .sale.s 3.S(i,600. 



116 
ll'iVi 

24 Vh 

26 

9 

23 '/i 

' 48% 

no 

1 67 % 
^^i 

7n% 

116% I 
• 4 h % 

, r.71^ 

18 

3R% 
(iii^ 



T 



CHIOAOO a&AIN JmETTHM 

( Kurni.slied liy I''. W. .Slevin.sr.in A: i'o.) 

ciflCAGO, Aug. 23. — Oversold pit con- 

. liiion-j vf>s',iJt'Ml 



al 



li 



AUit< CliaiiiH r.s 



-Auial. 

.■\nier 

A iiier 

,-\nnr 

AnUT 

.\ 111 111 

A mi' I' ."^ 

AiaiT. T 

,Amer. 'A 

.•Vnaeonl. 

Atlanli." 

Atchison 

Atchison 

B. an<I 

B. R. I 



Coiu'er ■ . 
Ciir. a'l.l 
l?Tll. I '.1 

I.',. 

I.nro . . . . 
Sitl.-lt lilt; 



Mvll'M 



pfll 



iliRh. 



......31% 

.119 



3i)% 



I'lo.sriiig 

Ldw. 



CUwe|Hntbacl 

I nr-i'M 



11- 111,11 liiM 

isi- and I 
was (111 It 

Myl 1 i r i ■' w 

i- , I. 



.140% 
> 75V4 



C C. and fit I.B 



.64' 



66% 
ll« „- 



38% 

98% 

103% 
75 • 

72% 



63 Vi 
' 22 

3 5 '4 

67 Vs 1 
.120 
135 Vi' 

2a 

iO . 

m 

99% 



143% 

1 •: II ' , 



34^^ 3:Hb 

30 



SPOKAHI: MIKIITQ STOCKS 



(Furnished by. F. W. Stevensoi) & Co..) 
SPOK,A.XE. Aug 23.— Todoy'.s closing 
bid prices were: Almeda. 3%, B. C. 
Copper 4 H.' Can. Con. S. aind R. 60. 
Copper King e^i, Gertie 1%, Granby 
Smelter 34. Humming Bird 7«/i. Hypot- 
heek 5, International C. and C. 65. idora 
r>, Idaho S. and R. 2%. Lucky Calumet 3, 
Oom Paul 3. Mineral Farm. 1, Missoula 
Copper 4, Monitor 3, Nabob h%. North 
Franklin" 4, Portland Canal 32. Rambler 
Cariboo 33%, -Ittir--SrTTJT5wsfioe 3. "Snow- 
storm 63. Stewart 57, Wonder 1 '^v 



jraw TQKK coTW>»r 



( Furnished by 

Option 
Jan .... '. 

Feb 

March . . 
May .... 
•luly .... 
ApBi-'r-rpt 

Octi i i . ^. 

Nov 

I >ec 



F. W. 
, Opeif 

..^:ia.56' 

...13.75 



Stevenson & Co.; 



High 

13.85 
13. M, 



.Low 
.13.48 

13.65 



♦^1 4.40 I4:j3 " 14.^6 



. .13.55 13.62 , 13;5l 



Close 

13.53 
, 13.53 

13.58 

ii3.«2 1 ; 

:13.«0 

^6.52 
14.36 
1^.63 
13.51 
13.51 



Advertise in THE COLONJS" 



a LP. DOCKS WILL 

BE COMPLETED SOON 

Contractor Figures That tlie 

New Piers Will be Pone by End 
of Next Week 



c. P. R. ...;,... '...W!»% 

C. and O. . . . : 

C. and I!. W., 

Do. pfd '-A" 

C. and N. \V. . 1 H 

C. M. and .-''t. r. ..I-'1'4 

do, pfd ... 
Central Leather 

C. P. and J 3tlV» 

do. pfd 

^C?(J1S==?»M- . . . . . . 

\do'...l4»t piW. ",.«^.i., . .^ r." 

COn. Gas; . ...i.;.. .. 

Corn.Prodcuts ....... .. 

D. and H . . rrr- 

1>. and R. G. ...... ao H 80 Ml 

do. pfd. ...".' .■ 

WstlUers . . 

Krle ■r:'i5% 25 

do. 1st pfd 

Gen. Elec ; . . ... 

Gt. liJbr. Ore ctf..... .. , .. . 



(Furnlaheii 1?y P. 

Stock 
.\lberta Canadian Oil 
Alberta Canadian Oil. . 
Canadian N. West OH. 
Work of DlamoninTale C and C 
International C and. C 
Royal /CoUerlea . , v . . . 
Westei-n Coal at>d C. . 
B. C. Permanent Loah 
DonUtilon Trust 'Co'v 
Great West Perm. . . 
Pacific Whaling .Com.. 



W. Stevenson & Co.y 
Bid Ask 

.08 .O'-t 



. 1 4^i4 -4*^- =n5t=Taf>ef 



The hew and modern Oranrt Trunk 
Padfle piers which grace the Water-- 
front Of A^ictorla harbor behind the 
postofUce will be complete In all de- 
tail by the end of next -week. The fin- i porifie wiialine n'fd 
ishlng, touches havp been put on the ! ^^J^fir. i^^^^^^^^ ^ 
overh-i.l walk wnys. and the painters ! o^^*'^L„7^! 
ae buMly eagaged In giving the first 
i*f>fvt. The — w harvtfu areTalso being comr 
plct'ed. The drive way, running from 
the foot of. Broughton street with a 
turn, to th^ wharveB has now been 
fully graded, all that is necessary now 
being the rolling of the road bed. 

Fi'llowlng tlie visit of the president 
of the company, Mr. ' C. ' M. Hay.?, it 
Is^probable that the contract for the 
ofnce building to face Wharf street 
will be let. This will conclude the 
entire plaB:-'.o*-"ttw»-<ilrand Trurik Pa- 
cific in this i-lty for a time. 



Si A. .Script 
Bitt>r Cr6ek ,.. ... . 

Bear silver Gonyon 

Glao.ierCreek . . 

Main Reef ..... '. . . . 



.07 
.65 H 
.19% 
1.40 

•l.?S ^ 

»8.- 
12Q. 

M. 

J«; 

If. 
«30 



.18 



,3 
.14 
.67 , 
'.21% 



MonltBT Bntntf BoSp OIWHW ""twrhon ticet». 
fils. «t«el. iron and tinwaf j ; kiiivo« an^ 
brka. (uid all iuxida of cutlt>r»^ ' ^: 



-iCr-Fractl61f» . .r... — 
Portla'nd Canal . . . . . . 

Portland Wonder 

Red Cliffs 

Stewart M. and 1>.. . . 
Nugget Gold— ^ ....... . 

Losquetl . . 

Lucky Calumet -r 

ISTifmstWntl 

hnow.shoe 

Ram birr Cariboo' 

501) Portlands at 33. 

500 Portlajids at 32%. 



^6. 

,85 

.10 

-rHt 



.3:! 

1.37 
3.30 

.se , 

.09 
.03 
• .62 
.02 
•.22Vi 



.34 

.28 
).*3 
3.66 

.10 

.0515,, 



pfd 



<iU Nor. 
III. Cen. 
Inter- Metro 



.124H 123*i 



IS 



Jnt. PuJnip . . . 
idwa Central . 

do. pfd .... 
L. and N". .... 
Mar.kay ...'... 

do. pfd. .. . . . 

Mex. Cen. ctfs. 
M. St. P and a 

do. pfd. . . . , 
M'. K. and T. .. 

do. pfd 

Mo. Pac. 

?C. Y. C 

N. T. O. and W. 

N. and W. 

Nor. Ptic 

£a£Mic.ii:oaat . . 



?. '*!.•■ 



.ji- 






^1. 
38*4 



104 'A 
■ .7G',i 

78 
10«»i 

73% 

24 

46% 
144% 
121% 
146% 

33% 

30% 
130 

56. 

72% 
124 si; 

l,4Vi 
182% 

30% 

701.4 

28 V* 

'^5% 

143% 

64 
124')i 
131 

ivy* 

10% 

40% 

17 '4 

33% 
143% 

87.%' 

*.4' 

29^ 
129% 
M9 

33% 

«3Ir4' 

6) 
111% 
40 U 

lOJ 



In ;i sliiirp advance to- 
wa.'i nm \i-r\ .snappy al 
1 tlif I'Xtrrini' adviiifce 
n 111 lit' ccjnimlv.sliin 
(liii ci'is'-.i .1 miiiliTHte 
' i 1 . . I . ,1 ., •.:.'..- I III- ad- 
i.r I ; .,■ 1 . Ill l^; :i iiiarki'ti^ 
I M I ii.ll 1 f, a II !i|ii III II 111 ;'ii ■■■■ii I H 111 1 .1 \- 
(•ipiiiil and 111'- .'^lriiiiK«'i' loii'- iii tlie 
Northwest. Home damage was apijre- 
heiided fnim C'li-i.'.its In We.-iti-ni Can.'nia 
but till' ui'.il IrlllU ..r ill., 'iniiii.: mI'.-:iI 
has "bi'en .si_'i-ui'i.'il. 'l!;. ■ inp of tlnui-. 
Northwest provrnci- a.stimated at 

101,000,000' buahols aHUii.Mt 118,000,000 
bushels last, year and the exportable 
surplus at 64.000,000. WorWI's avail- 
able stock Increase 7,211,00 bushels for 
the wkeek 'against a gain , of 637,000 



BE VAN, GORE & ELIOT, LTD. 

Stock and Bond Brokers. 



Oak 5ay Acreage. A snap. Per acre : $1,850 

100 Feet near Empress Hotel. Lts.s than, per fool $100 

Linden Avenue, 3 lots, near Dalla.s, ICach -$1,500 

Moss Street, 6 hits. Kacli / .', $700 

Wellington. i'arni in complete running order. .\ snap. 

Menzies Street, James Bay, s-niomed llcjuse, .u i li.t-t-nK'nt. 

all electric fi.xturcs, blinds, gas range, twn lu:ucr>. $f)rx) 
caMh. X'erv cheap at . . .' ■ • •$'3,609 



Ik UK'S J.J 70 



, nd 247T ■" 1 I 2J novcniinenl 

VICTORLX, 1;. V. 



St. 



1 tttlJsiJ'-li?^''' ••^f" year but this factor -was 
"overlooked, ho Kuropean vlsIbleMs' now 
about 1:3.000.000 larger than a year ago. 
Tliere waa no demand fpr abrqad bids 
being away out of line, f- ---'^-» — -r— — , 

Open High Low Close 



Option 

Wheat — 

Sept 

Dec. 

May . .' 

Corn — 

Sept 

Dec. 

May. . . . , . . 

Oats— 

fc/OJ^i .' ."'. . , • • 
Df'c ..... . .._ 

Ma y . . . ■ . . 

Pork — 

0<t 

Jan 

' Lard — 

Oct . 

./an ..... . . 

Short rtlbs 
Optj,^ . .... . 

.lah 



Pacific Mall 
Penn.sy. Tr ; . 
People"* Gas . 
Preaa«d StC'l 
' do. pfd. ... 
Reading 

do. l*t p'rf . 
Rep. Steel . . . 

. do. pfd 

riock Island 

do. pfd. ' . . . 
Slosd Stewl . . 



3J 



1.4' 



166% 
36 W 
?5% 

1 nrf^Tfrir ' 

30 



:il 


.."''' ■ 


31% 


31% 
88% 


'68H 


.11 
K.S»g 

58 



li5SEW^;.'I(f!i?U»3^-V.l«»KW 




Oil 









58 W,.. 

103% 

107% 

60 ^ 
5K»^ 
60%" 

34% 

37 

38*4 



100 Vi 
104% 
109 

60% 
57% 
60-% 

34% 
.17% 
40 



98% 
102% 
107% 

60% 
58% 
60% 

34% 
36% 
39% 



09Vi 
104 
108Ti 

60% 

5R% 
60% 

34% 
36% 
39<»i 



.20.87 20.95 20.60 20.60 

.18.65 18.75 18.40 1S.40 

.18.12 12.i6 11.93 11.92 

.10.55 10.63 11.62 11.52 



11.90 11.90 11.62 11.62 
, i».70 9.77 9.62 9.62 



WXZrifZFIlO OSAXN MABKCT 

(Furnished by F. W. StevenBon & Co.) 
WINNIPEO AufT 23~TodBy's Vi-heat 
prices are: October Open 10,2%';, Decem- 
ber. 100%.: Close;. Decembei- 101%. 

___ -».^ __ 

VANCOUVEB STOCK SAXiSS 

(FurnlHhed by F. 'V\'. Stevenson & Co.) 

Great Went Pernjanent fl20. 

IDOO Laaqueti Mines, .op. - 
4000 ■ JLiaMjuetJ Mln^s .10. 
1500 Nugget Cold .93% 

50ft JiTuttKet Gold :9.4. -' , 

200 Nui^Kel Gold .93. 

200 Red Cliff 1.41. 

200 Red Cliff 1.39. 
1000 Royal ColUcries .21. 

150() International Coal and Coke. .66% 



THE LOCAL MARKETS 



COLD STORAGE 

V. I. COLO SIORIIGE 8 ICE CO. 

Victoria, B.C. 

Goods received at oil hours. Expert -attention 

Consignments solicited 



g-iven. 



-Telephone 2282 



P. O. Box 875. 



Phone 2456 P.O. Box 793 

If you have any shares in ■ 

Pacific Whaling 
Great West Permanent Loan 

you -wish to sell, let me give you 
a bid for them. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Finsncial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

Room 16, Matnon Block 



Phone 2868. Utt Oo'vt. .St. 

Oldham & Matterson 

BROKERS 


// 


^r.ir.^-?ipw^ is the time to buy 




SOOKE OIL 
SHARF.S 

Call on us forjj.artlctJlara „ „. 
Office to l.et. 





-<■♦ » < « » »*>»** ♦-♦•4-».-» » » ♦♦»♦ ♦♦»♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦*>•♦>♦*»♦ 



STEWART 

Actions speak louder than words. Stewart has 
now settled down to work. INTRINSIC VALUES 
are steadily advancing, as the development of the 
country progresses. At present prices, lots in Stew- 
^art City are a splendid investment. 



. STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 
Offices 9, 10, II Board of Trade Building, 



Victoria, 



♦ ♦♦ > »♦♦»♦»»» » »«»» » . * ♦>»♦♦♦♦»»♦♦»♦♦♦ , ♦♦ . »♦♦♦♦•♦*»«♦♦♦«♦♦ 



m/mim 



Under Canadian 
Cofrtfr'l 



Angeles, California 



Under Canadian 
O)ntrol 




1,000,000 



Study the foliovving prices of oil stocks and see 
what this Company's prospects are. 



Issue Price". Present Price, Dividends. 



Lucile 



Dough 



>$:-3t5 ,: $15.00 
, .10 • 3.00 

bicritng- ........... .35 4.06' 

Cririhou ....;..... .15 1 5.25 

S,ii; i-"rancisco^and 

McKittrick $j[0 

shares 2.25 

Peerless .50 



10% monthly 
10% monthly 
257© quarterly, 
2570 monthly^ 



28.50 
7.00 



^0% monthly 
6c pjer month 

Most of these companies pay special bontjscs in 

addition. ■ ■■ " ; 

4iiiMdends on Listed Stocks for May 
Total Dividends to Date, . 



This Company owns a lease of 60 acres in section 22, 12-23. *" t:he very 
lieart of the Maricopa Sunset Field, surrounded by gushers and flowing 
wells for a royalty of, 1-17 of the oil produced. . 

The Lake View Gusher, within 2 miles, has produced over $3,000,000 in 
Oil during 3 months. Now flov^in^ 40,000 barrels, per day. 

The Gbispo, within>j4 mile of our property, brought in a 10,000 barrel 
Well on 5th June at 1,800 feet. ' 

The Mid-way Northern, within 300 yards of this Company's property, 
brought in a sjmilaf Well on July 4th last, at a depth of 1,920 fee*- 

Latest Telegram Received 

I*oa(-^ngeles, California, August 23rd, T910. 

— —-©fiH^^wn eight hundred feet dri^lancop 

(Note the record rate of progress-^cn 13th August depth was 300 feet) 

ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE FOR (!!HfiAP SHARES. PtSsE 
'note the price MUST BE ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS 
- WHEN THE DRILL REACHES r.ooo FEET IN ORDER _ 
- TO KEEP FAITH WITH EARLY SUBSCRIBERS 

Unsolicited Testimonial — Extract from Letter Received August i6th 
I visited your pi-dperty a few dsiys ago, and found Mr. U.S. G. Todd i'l 
charge, and operating one of the best cquipmeiit.s; I ever saw in any oil field. 
You cannot help .getting a gusher on that ground, and the peopk-wbo 
bought Maricopa Oil are in great hick. Y'^mrs very truly,, '/■ ''.-.; 

(Si'jii'diC 1 1 ri-:!'.\T. , • ' 'i-y,, Midway View Oil Co. 



rcedctufT*. 

Bran, p''"" ^^ "?■• • • •' 

Shorts, per 100 lbs 

.MidUllnsii. jxr Klu lb*. ..,.. 

Oau. p«T '100 Ibn. 

Ke«d Wiuaf, per lOO lbs. ... 

OUBhed Oal». per 100 lb». 

UttrUy. p«r ioo lbs .:....... 

i.:i-u«ii(ri tJaii.y. PIT 100 ibi. . 

01>o|> . Fp«'d, p« r 100 lbs. ... 

Whole Corn, p«r 100 Iba. ... 

• rsKkod Corn, p.er 100 lbs.. 

Ktii-d. Cornrrn-al. p«r 100 Iba.. 

ilny, Fra»<;r lUv.-r. p«r ton . 

Uny. priili'lu . '• . 

KKgn~- ■ 

FrisYi Island, p< r do«cn 

K:nttl.|-n F^gitR. p> r di>««"n . , . 
t_a»»a«»— 

! CuiiRd'ian, per lb. ; 

I NrufchataL. each ....'. 

f Ci ram. ' local', wawb .•..••..«• 

I HiilfT _ . 

I AlbcrtK. per lb.- 

I Urat Ualr» ...... 

] > U'toria CrfionnTF. 

''owlchan lirt^oiii^ry 

Comos Cr«omery. per lb. 

i^iill Spring 1». ("rpttnii-ry, 

nonr. 

Koyal HouaWhol.l, a ban . 
iMkif. of the Wooda. a baK 
Hoyal .Htaiidurd. a. bag . 
Wild, -Hoar. ii«r . sack .... 
UoMn Huod. p«r «aok 
C«rtJr»ry. a bag .......... 

Hnowfiakb. a bag 

Uilftf d Snow, ptT 'lack . . 
Tlirtti' Star; pur »ai*k .... 
Mutret'li Beat, per bag, .. 



par l\t. . 
pur ib. . 



lb. 



Ueata. 



j..ecf, per IT*.. . .,..•■...••«..« 
I Mutton, per ib. ..■. ..• 

Mutton. Australion 

I A'ral. drusatid, p«r Ib ^ 

G<?tati, dri-ased. per lb 

Chlrkcna. per Ib. 

'Chlckena,' per >b, live w«lchl. 

Ducka, , dreaaed, per lb. ....... 

llama, per lb- ........ ....... 

fork .'. .i 

Frnlt. 

Pluma. local, per baikt't . . . . 

IV'achea. per box . . .' 

Giapca (Cal. ( t>er baakcti. . . 

I'l'ttra (Cal.) por baox . '. 

1 .V)ipli-a ICbI. I per box ...... 

.ApplfB (local) pfr b«x 

Onlona, K iba 

I'aullflowpr. .i-ach ......,,.. 

i'i(i», tabu. per. lb. ......... 

Ueiiiona, p«r dosisn 
(JiariKt-a. Naval ■ . 

Hanaiida i..,',* .. 

Creeii Peai, 2 Iba. ........ 

Apple*, pc box 

drape Fruit; (Cal.) ......ii 



4 . . ^ . . 



Crapo' Fruit, 



(Florida) 
Ilta for 



J. 



\ Onlona, t 

ITeieta. ppr lb 

Carruta. kier Ib. ...,.< 

Unluna. (Auattallan) 3 Iba, . 
I Totualoea (Florida;, pur Ib. 
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DOMINION TRUST CO., LD. 



Capital and Reserves - $1,100,000 

TEMPORARY OFFICE: 

LANGLeY STREET, VICTORIA, 



IOC I. 



B.C. 



A This tompanv 1^ prrp?irtd to act asTransfer Agent and 
Registrar, countettsigVing and <;ettifying the issues of S'tock.s 
a'nd Bonds of Mini^igyml other conipa+Hcs. Shareholders are 
thus protected ■ag^in-'^f civcr-i,ssuc through Q.rror and valid 
scrip is assured. 

For terms, applyito : A. E. Plummer, Manager. 




■ -A , SxN A 1^ ! — =— 

FIVE. ACRES ONKGORGE^ WATERFRONT 

Thi^ property was l>ciivg hcl(J at $1,400 pci 9cre. . Now of- 

' fered for a cpiick sale at 

$1100 -PER ACRE— $1100 

N.B. MAYS^ilTII & Company, Ltd. 



PhotiB 1500. 



1 11 lion nulliilntt. 



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Shares of $1 Fully Paid and Non=Assessable, now each 2Sc 



If ;l!.r. ! ,!m;- 
reached al i St m i |i 'I 



l(^ft for sail i 
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' I" r share. .. Oil will be 

111' > iliillar biHs for 2=,v. 



I Will Pay 5C per Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Tunc Within Si>t Months at $i.00 pfer Share 



A. T. FRAMPTON 



SEND FOR PROSPECTUS 



Fiscal Agent, Mahon Building, Victoria, B. C. 



Transfer Agents, Dominion Trust Co., Ltd. , Victoria & Vancouver, B. C. 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 

BOUCfHT AND lOtD OW 
COMMTSSIONT 

R. D. MacLachlan 





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CO. 



STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

M^embers Chicago Board of Trad© 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 

14-16 MaKon^Bld 



Wanted 

Tnt'l ConI and Coke. 
Roynl Colliorles 
Pacific; VVTiallng com. 
Pacific Whaling pfd. 



1114 Government Street 

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Fi/r Sale 



^m, Tclf^mplioiifi 
/(^aniidian Jlnrconi 
tiranb.v C«(iih. Mining. 
.'--TTnclbFra; Phoenix- firewlng. 



Private Wires to Chicago, New Yprk, Bo.'^t mi, ,M(Mitrcal 



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Metnboi Vlrtnrlf\ filockbrok«r»' 
Aumoclfitlon. 

Board of Trn<1« nulldlnir. 

Phon« 2108. 



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ABK US FOB FRICXS 

B117 or S»lo 

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Stewnrt Mlnliig. 
•Rod Cllfr, 
(iliiclor Crock. 
pdriland Wondpr. 
AinrrlCBU Camuilan Oil. 
C'anruUnn Northivesl Oil. 

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NOTICE 



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CONTRACTORS 



TKXDKllS'^ for the con.MtructJoji "C^a 
brick *biilVdlii>|C, and for''''Mfli^~'-rr1^mhi'n^^~''^ 
iiiiil t^leotrlc wlrlnfiT therefor fnr M<>Ktir!<, 
1' Moore mid 11, J, Wcctl on IiouKlfis 
.itiot't, Vlotiirla, arp Invited up to niuu 
of Monday, August 'Z^th. 1010, 

The lowest or an\- tender not i i- 
.sartl.v ficcopted. 

fhins and spticlflcaiii.tifj luiiy bn ,«ioen 
at the office of 

II. S. OUIFKITIT, Arcblfoot. 

1006 Goverinuttnt St. 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



CITY OF VICTORIA 

A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



pointed the Returning Olfleer of the mW 

"""• ' E. W. BRAPI.1SY. 

Acting C. M. C. 
City Clerku Office, Victoria. B. C. 
AuguBt 17th, 1910. ._ 



A BY-LAW 



To Autborlsa the •nterlng into an »Sf"«- 
m«nt with the Brltl«l» Columbl* Tele- 
phone Company, tlmited, oonoeriUng 
the removal of telephone polea ana 
overhead wtree from certain ■t"*"'^ 
and to ralee the knm of •lOO.OOaoO on 
debentures, for the purpoLee therein 
■et for^h. 

,. , — ^^i^siajf 



WHBmiEAS the Corporation of the 
Cltv of \Mctoria lias !irraiiif(><l aiv aKroa- 
meiit wKlf thf Brltisli foluinbia I <'ie- 
I)hono Conipunv, which arrauKPi"t'"t i8 
set fnrtli In an aKreoineiU sqpirovea o> 
the council and oxeculed hy Uie Lom- 
panv, anil which sniVl .i>,'roenient is in 
llit> wonls and flKurr-s following- 

Tins IN'nKNTrUK nuulo In au'plicate 
this ninth .lay of AuKust. In the year of 
Our Lord one thousand nine hiuidrod ana 
ten. 

THE CORJ'ORATtON OK THh. Cl 1 "i 
Ol'- VICTOIUA. .,,^^., 

aierolnatler called the01T\) 

of the Kirst I'art. 

BUITTSH rOLUMBIA TELEPHONE 

COMl'ANV. I^IMITED. 
(Hereinafter callod the COMPANY) 

of the Second Fart. 

WfrKUEAS tlie Cotnyiany carries on a 
telephone husiness In tlx? City, of \ Ic- 
tnrla, in the Province, of British Colum- 
bia and carries its cables and wllSes fipon 
pol'e.s placed in the streets of the City. 
AND WHEREAS the Company at the 
request of the City has consulted to re- 
move it.s said poles, #able.s and wlros, 
from certain streets hereinafter set 
forth and to place its cables and wires 
In underKround conduits in streets here- 
inafter mentioned and to provide service 
bv means of undersrotm*!— e<»mh}t1-B- ana 
poles in the interior of the bloclts having 
connocllun Willi !'*■■ .-ondulls In said 
.•streets; 

AM) \V11J::ki:as b> ilie provisions of 
Section fifty tr.O). subsection 18 (a) and 
IS (b) of the JMunicipal Clauses Act. the 
parties hereto have the right to provide 
for such work to be done by the Company 
at the expense and cost^trr the-City: 
A.VD WHIOBKAS It has been ao aifrePd, 
NOV,' THEUEEORE THIS INDEX- 
TUKE WIT.N'ICSSETH that in considera- 
tion of the prenii.'^e.s and of the. mutual 
covenants hereinafter contained, and of 
the sum of One Dollar ($1.00) of la,%vfal 
money of Canada paid by each of the 
parties hereto to, the other of them (the 
receipt whereof is liereby by them re- 
spectively acknowledged ) and parties 
hereto mutually covenant as follows; 
• 1. The Company will Immediately en- 
deavor to secure stich rights .of way or 
easements over or throuKh private pro- 
perty within the area hereinafter men- 
tioned- and Hl.so propert.v abutting on 
Fort Street between Douglas and r«ok 
Strect.s and on Yates Street from Doug- 
las to Quadra Streets a*? they inajt. deem 
necessary for the purpose aforesaid: 
Should the Company not be able to se- 
cure wltlioiit payment therefor, all the 
riphts of way or easements fo/ such pur- 
poses, the Cltv undertakes to 'immediate- 
ly provide sa'me under their powers in 
said Act set out. 

2. Upon the Coin; - : the CftyiraT- 

■ Ing acQulred the rih-hls and easements 
set out in Paragraph (1) hereof, the 
Companv as contractors for the City 
shkll Immediately proceed to construct 
and establish an underground conduit 
system for the .carrying of cables and 
wires for the use. and only for the pur- 
poses of the Company's business, within 
the area bounded try^ the following, 
•gTrPSts' of the f'ity, namely: 

Wharf Street. Humboldt, Dougla*<, 
Burdette Avenue, Blanchard, ^^ortnoi'ant. 
Store and Johnson Streets; hb shown on 
the plan atta,ched hereto and, also on 
7'ort Street from Douglas Streirtrttr-eopk 
Street and Yates Street from Douglas to. 

Quadra Streets. ^ 

Within such area the Company coven- 
ants on or bwfore the 30th day of August. 
A. D. 1912, to completely remav.eL„Bil 
:heir present overhead apparatus and 
"(lulpment of poles and wires, provided 
nil such rigbvp and easement.^ shall have 
been obtalned\ on or before the 1st day 
of .lanuary. A-^ O. 1912, still renderlrig tp 
nil customers ^of the Conipriny a satis- 
factory service) 

3. FOr such purpo- ' Company 

fihall liave authority to eiiti-r upon all 
and everv rondl street, alley, or thor- 
.lUKhfare WIthlnAthe said area, and Fort 
.i.;tr(>(>t between\ Douglas and (;ook 
StreiH.«, and YattVs Street from Douglas 
to Quadra Stree Is, and to dig up the 
road bed thereofl sub.lect. howevier," to. 
and the Oo,nipany\ shall first obtain, the 
written direction Vifthe CTty P^nglneer, 
who shall have sole atithorlty to direct 



191 r, or at the option of the Company 
to be redeemable at any time upon six 
moiitliN' notice to tlie debrnt«f« holders, 
.such debentures in either caae to bear 
interest thereon at the rate of four vor 
cent. (4%) per annum on the 2lBt day of 
•ianurtry and .(uly In each year. 

7. Wlien tlie City Electrician or the 
Cilv Engineer .shall certify In writing 
nrar-frnr-t'nnil>any have expended »::&,- 
000. no on said works, the City will hand 
over and deliver to the CoMH)a'?iy deben- 
tures. l)elnK a portion of tlie .said Issue ol 
th.- l)ar value of $2i.,00(I.OO, and there- 
after when,-ver nn additional l^i.'i.OOO.OO 
shall have been expoiuled, and have been 
.so certified by the s.-iid l':nKitieer or lOlec- 
trician the Cltv will hand 'ner and de- 
liver to the Companv further delienture.s 
of the par value of $L'r,.(Mlo„iiO In eiieh 1(1- 
.slaiice until the t'oinpan.v .shall, have efc- 
peiided the sum of |7r>,U0l).0(J and shall 
have received debehture.s nf n par \alue 
of tlia. sum. The CMty will hand over to 
the. said Company the balaiiee of the .said 
.lehenlures when the City En«lneer or 
City I'llcctrician shall have eerlltled that 
the whole ot the work mentioned jn Par- 
agrniih (2) hereof has been completed. 

,s. The Cltv shall upon the sufficient 
eomplelion of the woi-k of eslablishing 
and conMtruetio'n of the .said conduit syn- 
l.MU Ki\"i' authority and suffer aj^d per- 
mi-T the Cominmy to exclusively tise and 
operate the s:une and to maintain, recon- 
-struct alter and repair the cables, con- 
duits. 'wires and other apimralusso lon- 
Btructed for the ))urposo of supplying 
telephone .service unlll default for three 
months be made on the p.irt of the tele- 
phone. Company In ithu payment In the 
next paragraph provided for: 

PKOVIDED, that should the Company 
at anv time within three months after 
any such default pay to thu City the 
principal and interest then In default to- 
/gether with Interest on the overdue In- 
terest at the rate of Five per cent (5%) 
per annum then the rights of user or 
the Company shall continue in all re- 
spects as If no default had been made. 

9. Th^ Company shall frorn and after 
the date of such handing over of such 
debentures, and during the whole life 
thereof make a semi-annual payment to 
the City equal In amount to the Interest 
and sinking fund upon the amount of the 

-sai.dtlebentures on the 15th day of .Iiuiu- 
ary and Jnly In each year. 

10. i:rpon payment by the Company of 
all the semi-annual payments of inter- 
est and sinking fund upon the said de- 
bentures the City will grant and convey 
or otherwise transfer to the Company 
free of encumbrance the whole of the 
works so to be constructed, and .substitu- 
tions and additions thereto and ^Vhlch 
have been herein agreed to Jje vested In 
the Cltv and also all rights, property, 
powers and privileges obtained by the 
(.'ompanv or the City as aforesaid or en- 
joved bv -t4t«— Cltv under said sub-sec- 
tions l.S-"C«T'aw<rT^ (b). so. far as tlie 
same relate to telephones,' to the end 
that the City shall vest In the Company 
all the title the City shall have In the 
nndergroimd system to be completed un- 
der this agreement. , ' 

11. In event of the Company reuulrlng 
the City to issire debentures redeemable 
as pVovldetl in Clause 6) hereof, then the 
Company ihJty'af any time hereafter pay 
to the City a sum which added to the 
amount of sinking fund whicli at the 
tlnie of such payment shall have been 
already paid to the City be sufficient .to 
redeiem the sait^ debentures, and there- 
upon the City will grant and convey, or 
otherwise transfer to the Company free 
of encumbrances the whole of -the works, 
substitutions and additions so to be con- 
structed, which have been herein agreed 
to be vested in the City and also all 
rights powers and privileges obtained 
by the Company or the City as aforesaid 
or enjoyed by the City under said sub- 
sections J8 (a) or 18 (b), to the end that 
the ('Ity shall vest In the Company all 
the title the (^W^Sfiall have In the un- 
dergrotjnd system to b^ completed under 
this ag'reijnient, ■ 

12. If at any time the Company shall 
1 f Ind It necessary to excavate. . open up, 
reconstruct, alter, maintain, or repair all 
or any of the'sald conduits, or -to affeM 
any fepairs to any of the fixtures, or ap- 
paratus used In connectiori with the said 
system the' company fihall have the 
power, in so far as the (^Ity are aiithor- 
ize<l to give the samer-tro-enter tipoti and 
do .said work. Jind If necessary, shall for 
such purpose have, upon obtaining per- 
mission from the City Engineer power to 
block or divert the vehicular or p^(sn«*n- 
ger traffic temporarily as may be sanc- 
tioned liy'stich permit: 

PROVIDED, however, .that the work 
."hall be carried out as expeditiously and 
With as little Inconvenience to the public 
traffic ns oosslble. and the streets, or 
street, restored or replacedl In the same 
condition a.i before .the work or repair 
comtnenced. •■ 

IS. The Company undertaken, wh«n-re 



A BY-LAW 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties 

hereto have caused their respective cor- 
porate senlH to be hereunto affixed t,ne 
day and vear first above written. / 
The Corporate Seal of the Corporation 
of the City of Victoria waa hereunto 
affixed In the presence of: 
tSeul] 

The Coriiorate Seal of the British Colum- 
bia Telephone Company,- Limited, waa 
heiounio affixed In the presence 
of: ■ ■ ' 

[Seal] W. FARREN,, President. 

GEO,, H. HALSE, Secretary. 

AND AVHEREAS the expense anil cost 
of the work within the said area and ex- 
lonstons thereof, a.s in I'arajirttUll,,^ "; 
.said agreement stit out, Is estimated -at 
One, hundred thou.sand, dollars (|100,- 
000.00,), arjd it is ''proposo<l by this By- 
l,aw to authorise the raising of said 
Hiiin.s and the delivery of the . authorized 
debeiiture.s :it such tlnieH as the same are 
retiulred to be delivered under the terms 
of the' said aKreemeri't. ■■. 

.^Xl) WHEKICAS a petition , under Sec- 
tion 69 of the Municipal Clauses Act ba.s 
been presented to the Municipal Council 
of the (Vifjioration of the City of Vic- 
toria. siKued liy Mie owners of more than 
one-tenth of real properly In the C!lty 
of X'lelorla a.s .shown by the last revised 
ASNos,sment Roll, requesting the City 
I'ouncli to lntroduce~u Ry-Law to raise 
the said sum of (")ne Inuidred ihousanil 
dollars ($100,000.00) in and for the pur- 
po.ses aforn.salil. and the Council desire 
to j^lve effect to such petition in ninr.- 
ner hereinafter appearing; 

AND WHEREAS the whole rai.iible] 
land and Improvements or real proi>erty 
of the City of Victoria, according to the 
lapt revised Assessment Roll for the 
year 1910 was $33,089,937.00; 

AND WHEREAS the total amount re- 
quired to be raised annually by rate for 
paying the debt which will be created 
herein and the interest thereon, and for 
creating an annual sinking fund for the 
payment off of the said debt within 
fifty (50) years Is Four thousand six 
hundred and flfl-y^lve dollars ($4.- 
6.'.5.00); 

.. A.VD WHEFtEAS thlB By Law hijin not 
be altered, or repealed, except with the 
consent of the Lieutenunt-Governor-in- 
C^ouncll: — - 

NOW THEREFORE the Municipal 
Council of the Corporation of the City of 
Victoria- enacts as follows: 

1. The terms of the agreement herein- 
before fullv set out In the recital of this 
By-Law shall be, and thu same are here- 
by accepted, and the British Columbia 
Telephone tjompany. I^tmited, are kereby 
authorized to have, hold and exercise the 
rights and privileges in the said agree- 
ment mentioned or referred to, svibject 
to the covenants, conditions and restric- 
tions binding on the, said Company in 
the said agreement ."jet forth- 

2. Forthwith after the' requisite "^as- 
sent of the electors of the City of Vic- 
toria entitled t(/ vote thereon shall ha.ve 
been-glven to the final passage of Ulls 
Bj-LaAv, the said agreeirn?nt 'shall forth- 
V. lih be executed by the (•orporatlori. 
ami the agreement when' so executed 
shall forthwith be carried, Into effect and 
thenceforth observeil, and the said agree- 
ment so executed Is hereby Incorporated 
with, and shall be deemed to form part 
of. and be t-ead with, this By-Law in so 
far as the same contains any. covenants 
on the part of the Corporation and by the 
Corporation has t(> b<s perfortned. 

3. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
tlie Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of the said 
Corporation, by way of the debentures 
herwln after mentioned, from any per- 
son or persons or body or bodies corpor- 
ate. Who may be willing to advance the 
same as' a loan, a sum of money not ex- 
ceeding In the whole the sum of One 
hundred thopsand dollars ($100,000.00) 
currency, of sterling moneyr^tt the rate 
of _,>Mt6 '2-8 dollars to the one pomr*- 
■st'erling. and to cause. aJI, such sums so 
raised or received to 'be paid Into 'the 
hands of the Treasurer oOhe' said Cor- 



To Bnahle the Borrpwin* of a *^^*l 

•am o« $50,000, eeoured upon the 

frontaffe Benta or Ta«ee and '•^•* 

pohneotion Bental. with the »*"•«- 

tee of the City of ▼lotorla.. 

WHEREAS, It Is Intended to borrow 

upon the security of rents oi; taxes ^aiiu 

sewer connection rentals; — ♦^"'I'f";^^ 

the Sewers By-law, 1902 (No, 400), the 

furtJier sum of $50,000, to be expended 

iji and for the extension of iho ""■^^■^'''^ 

wllhin the City of Victoria, and the i - 

payment to property owner.s of a suin 

of $2,220, advanced for Hpecial_ B<!wer 

eonslructlon, under By-law No. '>-'■»; 

AND WHEREAS, It Is proposed to 
give the guarantee of the Corpor^xtlon 
for securing the money.s so'lntendea to 
be borrowed: , 

AND WH ERl^S,....-tUlt-SM.cl„"Sewer8 
l!iiJ2," was validated by Section .9. of 
Cluipter 42, of the statutes of l!n)3^-4- III 
so far UH frontage rents or taxi^s and 
sewer conne.iion niUai.s were tliereby 
assessed and levied npon the owners or 
land and buildings, and power was giv- 
en by the reciting section to revoke and 
rescind the nssehsment and levy made 
bv the said reciting Hy-law .upoit occu- 
piei-s of land and buildings. a.nd such 
asses.smeiit imd levy upon said occupiers 
WHS .accurciinKly revoked by the ".'■ewers 
By-law, liiDU. "A'mentlment-BT-lt"'. i »«■*-; 
(numbered 424) : 

AND WHKIiEAS. the amount of the 
said frontage rents or taxes and sewer 
conduction rentals, ctmrgeable' for the 
year 1910 Is estimated at $20..'i28.10. arid 
the sum of $495,000 ha.s been already 
ralseii upon the security of ihe^same 
under the provisions of th^' "bewer 
Loan Guarantca By-Law, 1902," No.. 402. 
-^Tlie Sewer Loan CtuarHnteeBy-law, 
1905," No. 456. 'The Sewer Loan Guar- 
antee By-law. 1907," No, B16, "The Sew. 
er Loan Guarantee By-law, 190H, No. 
557, "The Sewer Loan Guarantee By- 
law, 1909," No, 592, and the "Sewer Loan 
Guarantee By-lSjW 1909, (.No. 2) " No. 



Nx). 516, (he "Sewer Loa« Guarantee 
By-law. 1908, No. 557, the "Bewer Loan 
Loan (Uiarantee By-laA', 1909.," No. 5'Ja, 
the "Sewer Loan Guarantee By-law, 
1909 (No. 2)," .No'. tUO, be sufficient to 
provide the annual Inteiest oti tiie 
moneys froin lime to tlnie liorroWed oil 
the security of the debentures ' Iseued 
hereundor, and the annual Blnkiu«..4:iilia 
for the paytnent of the principal 
tnoneys due upon the debentures Issued 
hereunder shall, Iminedialely upon re- 
ceipt thereof, be set aside by the eaid 
City Trea.surer and placed by him to a 
separate accoiuu with the bankers of 
the (.'Orporatlon of Victoria, and there- 



It shall be lawful for tlu3 said Mayor ] said 
in his discretion to alternatively cause , to i 
each of the said debentures to be madi, the 
executed and issued for an aiuouiil ot fsal 
flOO sterling, and one. If necesHary, fori wit 
a loss sum !n sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized Issue. 

:i. The said debentures shall hear date 
Cff the day after the llnal piisslng of I Ills 
By-law, [ind shall be made i>Hya^.le In 
tweiity-tlvo years from said daf, at 
Mich place, elt,lier In the Doinlnloii....uf 
Canada, Great Britain, or the I'nlMed 
States of America, as may lie rlrslmiun d 
thereon, and shall have attached to them 
coupons for the payment of inleri-st, 
f the Interasl 




%mMii»!iiMm»'>i»mm»'**»*>' 



imiMism0fmt:^m4ui^MA#.u^^ *. 



, Au/uet 24, 1910 




out .shall be paid the coupons or Ir.tereHt I and the signature . «,.,nme.i 

' liorrowed pons may be either wrll tyn, _i-lainp( u, 

printed, lltliograplied or engraved. 



time 



uiiort the said debi-nturos oi 
miuieys, as the .s.iine sliiill from 
to time full due, and llio moneys Lo pro-- 
\ idB the .said aniiual .sinking fund shall 
be placed on del". sit. '>'>il "''l'' '■'>" Inl'T- 
est tlierooti, shall he allowed, to accu- 
mulate and IhereOul/shall be paid Iho 
principal moneys bof-rowed, ns the said 
(lebeiituies issued hert'under shall from 
tlmo. to time become due. 

9. This By-law sliaCl, before the final 
pa!i.slnK thiu-eid", receive the assent of 
the electors (.if the said Corporation In 
ihe manner prov'lded for In the Munici- 
pal (Mausew Act, and shall cake, effect 
on the day after the Ilnar )>.-issiiig there- 
of. 

111. Tii.s liy 1. IV. i:ia,', iv\ !'•■ m Ite.rcd Or 
repealed .save with ;iie conneiiL of the 
J.,ieutenant-Governor In Council. 

11. This By-law shall be cited as the 
"Sewer Loan tjuarantee Byrlaw, 1910. 

•Passed the Municipal Council on the 
15th day of August, IMlO. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a 
true copy of the propfised By-law, upon 
which the vote of the Municipality will he 
Jakeij, iiith.- building known as numbers 
14 17 and 1419 (Mr. Meslon's Building), 
Broad Street, on Monday, the 29th day 
of August, 1910, that thn polls will be 
kept open^between the hours of 9 o'clock 
a.m, and 7 o'clock-Pim.,..and that Mr. W. 
W. Northcott has been appointed the 
Ueturnlng Officer ot the said vote. 
Ef. W.. BRADLEY, 

Acting C.M.C. 
City (Tlerk's Office, 

Victoria, B.C., Aug. 17th. 1910. 



ben tu res at a rate below par, and 
orize (he Treasurer to pay out of 
ime so raised by the sale of the 
bentures all expense Connected 
he preparation and engraving or 
aphing of the debenliares and 
H. or any discount or commission, 
er charges Incidental to the sale 
said debentures. 

deemed advisable by the Mayor. 

shall. In the said debentures, be 

ed to the t.'orporAllOii the right 

any future consolidation of th^ 

ilt.^ture.s indebtedness of tin* City, to' 

sufelttile debentures of st'ch consolida- 

tloiisecured uiw.)u the credit of the t'ity 

jren'"'*".^'- Such consolidation deben- 

tun"' shall contain tlio like covenants. 

y(jl|UlonH aiid lestrictlons as are con- - 

ttiJP'l '" Gie debentures Issued In pur- , 

aiigice of this bylaw, and In each dc- 

b«U'"e Issued h(j-eundei- ii clause con- 

(il^pneil fur sucir subHtllulloii may be 

li«rle.d. 

;'; For the purpose of raising anmi- 
aid' the required sum for tho payment 
oJthe Interest on the said debentures 
dVlng llielr currency, there shall be 
rased annually the sum of $;i;oeo. and 
tc till' purpo.se of creating *the sinking 
ffid aforesaid for' tlic payment .off of 
t)o dein at matur*ty therq shall be 
J^sed annually th/ siim of $491.25 and 
Jjth said sums shall be raised annually 
K a rate sufficient llieref or on all rate- 
%(le land and Improvements or real 
'lydperty In the city of Victoria during 
tje continuance of the said debentures 
<• any of them. 

9. This bylaw shall before the final 
lasslng thereof- receive the- assent of 
he electors of the said corporation In 
.he. inanner provided for. In the Munlcl- 
and coupons or any discount or conH[)al Clauses Act, and shall take effect 
mission or other charges Incidental U^n the fifth day after the final passing, 
the sale of the said debenture^. Hhereof. , * . .; . .^^ 

7. If deemed advisable by the Mayor 10. This bylaw may be cited as the 



4. The said deiienturo.S' shall bear In- 
terest at" the rate of f(/ur per cent, per 
annum from the date thei-eof, bayalde 
half-yearly, on tho 2 1st, day of .lanuary 
and 2l8t day of .luly, at such pIhc,-, 
In the Dominion ,of Canada, Great Bri- 
tain, or th(v United States of America, 
as may be oxpresKed in the debentnfR 
and coui)on. 

5. 'It shall be lawful I'oi- i.,.- -l -mi- i 
to cause the said debentuieM and 
internHt coupons, either or both, to be 
made pay.-rble at such place, elUier in 
the Dominion of Canada, Great Britain, 
or tho IJivUed Stales of America, as may 
be desired. • . . 
, c. It shall i.e ii'.s!iii !oi-, tti^. Mftyor 
of the said Corporation to fllspose of 
the said debentures at a rate below par, 
and to authorize the Treasurer to pay 
out of tho sums ,s(T' raised by the sale of 
the .said debentures, all expenses con- 
nected with the preparation and engrav- 
ing -or lithographing of the debenture!* 



A BYLAW 



til 6. 

AND WHEREAS, the morieys Inten- 
ded to-be borrowed pursuant to this By- 
law will be^prltaarlly charged and se- 
cured upoji the frontage rents or taxes 
and sewer connection rentals, assessed 
and levied and to ber-cty«e'rt*t^**">"»*">' 
under the ftnthorlty of the Uttld "Sewer 
By-law, 1502," now unencumbered, 
amounting to $2,4SJ1.10; 

AfjD. ^VHEREAa. tlVe amount re- 
quired to Tie conecfeffiiinnliany from 
the said frontage rents or taxes and 
Mewer connection rentals to pay Interest 
pon the said aggregate debt of $495,000. 
and to repay the said debts by sinking 
funds within fifty years Is $23,047. and 
the amount to be collected to pay the 
Interest upon the said additional sum of 
$60,000 is $2,000, and to. repay the addi- 
tional debt by sinking ftmd la $32S, 
making together the aggregate sum of 
$25,375. and havlt*g regard to addltloiiH: 
Hiiice. Januarv 1st, 1910, estimated at 
$600, It Is estimated that there will not 
be any deficiency : 

AND WHEREAS, It Is proposea to 
borrow the said sum of $50,000 upon de- 
bentures as hereinafter appearing: 

AND WHEREAa, by the said reiclted 
By-lilw. No. 400. the said frontage rents 
or taxes and sewer connection rentals 
when received are directed to be carried 
to a .Joint fund entitled ""The Sewer 
Rental and Sewer Tax Ftmd," and are 
to be' expended In .*he extension of the 
sewerage system of the city, and the 
construction aiid maintenance of the 
same, and In rnaUlng provision for and 
the payment of , p^inolpal. Interest and 
sinking funds wiv'fc moneys" are bor- 
rowed on the security of tlTe same, and 
In such manner and at such tlmo or 
times as the Municipal t^ouncll shall 
from time to time tlUfik expe(llent And 
It is deslred_bK-thls By-law to give ef- 
fect to such provision; r ... — 
THEREtXJRE, the Muntclpul, Council 



To Authorize the Use of Corporate X.ands 
at Spring Bldge for School Purposes 

WHERICAS on the application of tho 
l:k>ard of School Truntees the (Council 
have resolved to grant -Ihe corporate 
lands at Spring iUdge hereunder de 
scribed, also a sutn oT"'ri3;n00 til atd nl 
the purcha.se for the School Board ol 
abutting lands, the whole to be used as 
and for a High School Site.. also to do 
certain works to make -the sire suitable, 
said sum nf $>3,000 to bo raised -with the 
school rate for the year 1910. add. the 
cost of said works to be raised with the 
Kchool rate for the years 1910, 1911 and 
1912 as may be called for by the prog- 
ress of the works. -*- 

The Municipal Council of the Corpor- 
ation of tbe City of Victoria enacts as 
follows: 

1. It fihall be lawful for the Council to 
use the corporate lands he«;«^nafter de- 
scribed for .school purposes: 

.^ ,-.3}e»criptlon of Ii&nds 

Sections forty-eight (48) and forty- 
nine (49); -^ — '^.^ . 
Lot eighteen (18) iit^ectlon Fifty- 
three (53). Map 205. . , 

Lots ';C". "D". "E". "I''"* of-Sectlon fif- 
ty-seven (57), Map 123: ^ ; 

Part one hundred and flfty-flvft <165) 
feet bv forty-four (44) feet of Section 
Fifty-eight (5S), In a sqtiare block in the 
Southwest corner thereof; ' _ 

Lots "A", "B", "D", -Wy. "V", of SeCT. 
tlon Sixty-four (64). Map 123; 
South half (H) of Section Slxty-flve 

Part one httndrod find fifty-five (illS) 
feet liv elfthtv-eight (88) feet of North 
half (V4) of 'Section Slxty-flve (65); 

South half ( % ) of. Section Fifty-four 
f54). except that part thereof conveyed 
bv Marin Ooodacre <o Oeorge Stelly by 
deed dated the Uth Mar ch. 1895: 

All In Spring Ridge. Victoria City, and 
said lands shall henceforth be held by 
th«i Corporation, for school purpoaeji, 

2. The said «um of $13,000 !*hall be 



therff=^liall. In the .said debentures, b 
reserved to the Corporation the rig! 
upon any future consolidation of tl 
debentHH-e-lndebtedness of the City 
substitute debentures of such consolld 
tlon secured upon the credit of the Cl' 
generally. Such 'cSTreolldaled debe 
tuVes shall contain the like covenan 
conditlbns and restrictions as are con 
talned in the debentures, lasued in pitf 
suance of this By-law. ajWl In each d& 
benture Issued hereunder a < lause co(^ 
dltloned. for such substitution may te 
Inserted. 

8. For the purpose of ralsfaij; anflu 
the -required sum for the paytnt'iit 'of 
Interest on the said debentures dur! 
thelrcurrency. there shall !»<• raised 
nually the sum of $2.Ci()'0. and for 
payment off of the debt at ,matu 
there shall be raised annually the flSP* 

' 00.60.' and both suiii.s shall ^e 

annually by a rate sufflc(«it 

iiioi.-ior on all rateable land and In- 

I provements or real pro pertv' In the C ty 

of Victoria during ^tUe contliuianco of 

the said debentures, or-ans' of them* 

9. This By-law »ha>l. b.fore the *«> 
passing thereof, receive the assent of 
tho electors of tlie said Corporatloii in 
the manner provided for in ilie Mund- 
pal Clauses Act, and .«hall t«ke effect on 
the day after the flnaljuyitaiUiJLlH'reoJ- 

10. This By-law may be cited as the 
"$50,000 School Loan Tly.la w, 1910.'^ 

Passed tho Municipal Council on tho 
IDth day of August. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above U a 
true copy of the proposed I'.y-law, u|>on 
which the vote of the Munleii.iillty will be 
taken at the building known as Numbers 
1417' and 1419 (Mr, Mesion s ButldlBg). 
Broad Street,' on Monday, the 29th jaay 
of August, 1910, that ti.. polls wlU be 
kept open between thn ii-en-g of 9 a.m, 
and 7 p.m.', and that M< W. W. North- 
cott has' bjeen appointed iho RetucDlng 
Officer of the said vet- 

E. -W.. I.i: AI'LEY, , 
A.-iing CKC 
City Clerk's Office. ! ,. 

. , Victoria, B.C.. An;. iTth, \9\% 
' , .-_..- ' . .. . ■ • >• . 



Dallas Road Foreshore Byla,w. 1910,_ 

-PB«sf?d the Municipal Council on .th e 
16th day of August. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a 
true copy of the proposfMl bylaw, upon 
which the vote of the municipality will 
be taken at the building known as 
Numbers 1417 and 1419— <rMr; Meston's 
building) Broad street, on Monday, tho 
29th day of August. 1910, that tho polla 
will be kept open between tlte hours of 
9 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m., and 
that Mr. W. \V . Northcott has been ap- 
pointed the Returning Officer Of the 
said vote.." . .:;r 

E. W. BPADLEY, . 

Acting C. M. C. 

City Cperk's Office. Victoria. B. C, 



August '17th. 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



por.it Ion for the purposes and~"wlth the I of the Corporation of the- 



who shall have sole autnonty to mre.x jed *o to do In writing, to alter or 

at what particular point and at wnai— ^^ j, ^j (,g ^vvn expense, the location 
particular ^tlme the s"'!} .f^^^^' ,,^^'"';f^- of any conduit, cable. Wire yr other appll- 
nlley or thoroughfare shall be dug up ^^^^ constructed or affixed to the In- 



and In what order as to time among the 
various streets: . 

PROVIDED, however. ' that the said 
work shall h^ carrled~olCt as expeditious- 
ly as pc-^iinble with ns little Inconvenl- 
e'ncf* to the public traffic as possible, 
and nil and every .(.treet or streets ro- 
ptored or replaced in the same condition 
as before the w'ork or i*epalr was com- 
menced. ' 
4. The Company nirrees to provide, 
erect, and maintain all requislle bar- 
riers, fences and other proper protection 
and to provide, keep and maintain Such 
watchman, and lights with red globes as 
rnay be necessary, or as may he ordered 
by "the City Engineer In order to insure 
Fftfetv to the public as well as those en- 
gaged about'.the premises or -workq: ,and 
ncree, where It Is practicable )n the CMty 
Engineer's opinion to keep any roadway 
open, for travel for the use of the ptlhllc, 
for such width as the City Engineer may 
direct. 'The Company also agrees to pro- 
ride n sufficient number of ".NO 
THOROUGHFARE" or othfr proper no- 
tlce.s which they must cause to be 
placed and' maintained in good order In 
rnnsplruous places wherever any road- 
wav. side-walk or thoroughfare is torn 
Up or dangerous, and so long ns it ro- 
rnalns nnsnfe or unfinished, and when 
the work l.°i carried on at night the Com- 
p.tnv will supply at tbpir own expense a 
sufficient number of electric or other 
approved and efficient llRrhts fo enable 
the same to he done In an efficient and 
satisfactory manner, and the City En- 
gineer shall have the power to order ad- 
ditional lights t« he put on fit the Com- 
pnnv'n expense If In the City Engineer's 
opinion Ihev are or may be required^, .ind 
the Company hereby agrees ♦o>1ridem- 
nlfy and save harmless tb*< saldfCltv of 
nnd from all loss.- cpnt or dflniage by 
rea.son of any act, rpatiter, Cause %■ thing 
done or omitted to be , done by thK,Com- 
pnnv for tho protection of the pii'bllc 
during Ihelr 6pernt1onB, either of con- 
struction or repair. 

"5 The whole of the works so _fo be 
const i-ucted ns aforesaid, excepting the 
Central Station and contents and nil tele- 
phone In.'HtrumnPts nnd wiring, within 
buildings, but including tho property 
rights, nower?) nnd nrlvlU^ges In the 
above described area, and on Fort. 
Street between Dntiglns nnd Cook 
Str.cet^btnlned by the Company or City 
under PnrrigTaph (1) hereof, shall from 
,inv to dnv. rtsi the "nme are completed 
br. and become \fbe iihsolule properl.v of, 
nnd for nil purjiopea vested In the City, 
Mubiect onlv to the exclusive rl^ht of 
herelnnfter provided; and In like 



Imos do and execute all necesaiary works, annuni iio . ...« ..«.r, 
r^^Ute^s and things which new conditions tere.st shall ^^ V<vyn^ 
In real property affected may require , the list day of , It tiuar; 
AND in default the City shall, have the of • "'>'„'^":'"?.,.L''" i^" 



terior of any of the blocks pursuant to 
the provisions of this agreement., and re- 
place the same In some other^ convenient 
position Ip said block or any of them 
whenever or so'often as such alteration 
and replacing Is made necessary by reas- 
on of the construction of a new building, 
rebuilding oi' the alteration or extension 
nf any building In said block or any of 
them,' and so that tVie Company will at all 
times do and execute all necesaiary works, 
m 
1 

right to apply to' the Cpiirt for appropri 
ate relief In aald premises notwithstand- 
ing that It may suffer no damage or no 
special damagt! by reason of Huch de- 
fault- 

^^^ Except as herein set forth no Btatu- 
tory or other right of the City or' of the 
Company shall be abrogated or waived by 
reason of this agreement. After the date 
hereof, the Company will not In. any 
streets or squares of the City from 
which it has removed, or at any future 
time mSy remove Its overhead telephone 
wites and system nnd substitute a ser- 
vice from uiider'ground conduits In man- 
ner provided liS tills agreerrtent, place any 
poles for their telephone: system; and 
the Cltv shall not at any time hereafter 
allow any telephone service through 
overhead wires on poles along, across 
or over any such streets or square.«i. 

15. The Compan.v. further agree that 
hereafter when the City shall pas."* By- 
Laws for permanent p.avements uniler 
the t,ocal Improvement Clauses of the 
Municipal (Clauses Act. which together 
form a c6ntlnuoua permanent pavement, 
lejidlng from the area set out In Para- 
graph' No. 2 hereof, ■ nhrt ^fu,rnlshes the 
Company with petViiJanent hie.ins of ac- 
cess to. nnd dlpjribullon from, suitable 
points within tie Interior of each block 
abutjlng u^on Kuch streets, the Company 
will lav (Conduits under such streets and 
place its wires ther*i|n, and Install all 
Ihe necessary apparatus for atv under- 
ground, telephone system such as Is 'con- 
templalPil under the foregoing, then the 
Company m»<:? be assessed as nn owner 
under ftiich Bv-Laws fo r the aniount nf 
50% Of tho costs of the coriduHs nnd 
the laying thereof ' 

ANd tho Company furthf^r covenants 
Immedlntelv upon completion thereof fo 
use the same and remove from such 
street-^ all their overhead wires, cables, 
and all their poles, and such conduits 
shall thereafter vest In and become the 
property of Iho Cnmprtny, and the Clt^ 
will execute to the Company all grsintft 
In tho Comp.'iny the 



object hereinbefore recited 
. 4. .It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause any- number of deben- 
tures to. be made, executed and Issiied 
for the sum of One hundred thousand 
dollars ($100,000.00), either In currency 
or stei;ling nvoney (at the rate afore- 
said), each, of the said del)entureB' being 
of the amount 'of One thousand dollars 
($1,000.00) or Its sterllnp equivalent (at 
the rale aforesaid) arid all such deben- 
tures shall be sealed with the Seal of 
the said Corporation and signed by the. 
Mayor thereof. 

It shall also bo lawful for the said 
Mavor In l\l« discretion alternatively to 
'catjse the said debentures to be made, 
executed and Issued for an amount of 
£100 sterling, and one. If necessary, for 
a I»68 mini in sterling money to com- 
plete the authorlzetl Issue. 

5. The nald debentures shall bear date 
of the. 21 St day of .January, A. D. 1911. 
nnd shall be tViade payable In fifty years 
from said date,, at such, plabe or places 
either In the Dominion of Canada, Great 
Britain or the TTnlted States of America, 
as may- In the discretion of (he Mayor be 
designated- thereon, attd shall have at- 
tached to thetn, coupons for the payment 
of Interest, and the slgnattires to the In- 
terest coupons may be either written, 
stamped, printed or lithographed. 



torla enacts as follows: 

1. The moneys raised tinder this By- 
law shall be expended Jn the construe 



A BY-LAW 



WHEREAS the'Couiuil 

-irtifHV-ef-the City of Vhi. i 

,. ..... .--, — _„-... -^ .-,.- , _. that It Is neces sary t" eii 

paid out of I'orporatc moneys and valsed protection against tio ,,. 
with Ihe school rate for the year ^1910 .{,„ ^„„ foreshore he.e 
Tor the purpose«-hPre1n-Te(*ttPd, and there lj,y,„^g„P,„„ ^ ,j ,,,,,- 
shall be paid out of the corporate inoneys j^j^ j. ^ Ensterl- 



'tnthe years 1910. 1911 tmJ 1912 .the Pro- J ^^^.^^^ produced 



To Balse 875,000.00 f orTtrr Frotection of 

, the Foreshore of Dallas Boad 

of the Corpor- 
,1 have decided 
t a permanent 
ion of 'the «ea 

Da! ; - . : '-il^.. 
appi v 

lere i.al 



portion, of the cost lncurre<l during such 



lion of sewers and for the purpose gen- years of the recited works upon the said 
erally mentlontvl In this By-Iawr-'mBitalie and the said nio'\'?y» so jpald .«han 




and vested In the 

« For the piirpowe aforesaid the V\\v 
ntrrees to submit before Ihe rintb d.ny of 
cfnTomber A. D. 1910. a by-^law lo thf 
r,';'^- ors of the City -enflfled- t" vpto upon 
bv-law to raise tlic sun) _of_ nt,e 



Jmdred thousand dollar.s f $100 000.00) 



6. The said debentures phall bear In- 
terest at tho rate of four per cent, per 
annum front the date thereof, which In- 

shall be payable half-yearly on 
uary and the 21st day 
rrency of the de- 
bentures, at such place' or filacos either 
In the Domlnlorj of Canadoi Great. -Brit- 
ain or the Fnlted States of America, as 
may be expressed In the debenture and 
coupon. '. . ■ ■ 

7. If th» »Htl«h Cb1^^mWa^,«,tf^Bpho]ne 
Cr>mpany, Limited, so request In writing 
before the Isstiance of the first series of 
said dehontiires, each debenture author- 
ized liereundor sh.all be marked "Re- 
deemable at par at' the opWon "of tho 
City upon giv'ng six months notice to 
the holder thereof, such nrtflce <*xplrlng 
on any Interest day," nnd In such tiase 
sucli debentures shall be taken by tho 
holder thereof, subject to the^sald terms 
of redeiTit)tion. 

8. If deemed ndvlsable. by the Mayor 
there' sliflll. in the said debentures, bo 
re.served to tli(> Corporation the right 
upon any future consolidation of tho de- 
benture Indebtedness of the City to «ii,ib- 
stltiite debentures of such consolidation 
secured tipo'n the credit of tho City gen- 
erally. Such consolidated debentures 
shall contnli) the like covenants, condi- 
tions and restrictions ns are contained In 
tile debentures issued In pu.rsuivnco of 
this By-Law. and In each debenture Is- 
sued hereunder a clause rondl Honed for 
sut^ii substitution may he Inserted. 

9. During' tho currency of thO.saW do- 
hentiires there shall be rnt«(od snnunllv 
by special rate on all the rafoable pro- 
portv In tho Corporation of tho Cltv of 
\'lctorla the snld sum -of Four tlioii.sand 
dollars ($4,000.00) for the payment of 
the Interest on tho said debentures, nnd 
the said sum of Six hundred and fifty- 
five dollars ($655.00) for the purpose of 
fronting a pinking fund for the payment 
of tho debt horobv created, tmiklnjt in all 
tho sun*! of Four thousand six hundred 
nnd fIftv»flvo dollars ($1,fir;K.00) t.n ho 
raised nnnunllv by special rnio ns aforo- 
nntd during each of the ".snid fifty (50) 
years, 

10. -This By-law shall, before tlie flnol 
pas.slng thereof, receive (ho nssont of 
tho elector.*! of the snld( Corporation In 
the mauxior provided for In tho Munlcl- 
pnr^'i'"'"'!' '^''t. and shall Jnko effect on 
the Elfth day offer thff' final jpwss I n g 
IhorofTTT^ '"" " 



for no other purpose, 

2. It shall bo lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporation of the CJity of Victoria 
to borrow upon, the security, primarily, 
of the said frontage rents or taxes and 
sewer connection rentals, and by way of 
guarantee upon the credit of the said 
Corporation by 'way of debentures here- 
inafter tuentloned,. from any person or 
pei's&ns, or .bodies c'oi-porate, who may 
be willing to advance the, sariie as a loan, 
a sum of money not exceeding In the 
whole /the sum of $50,000 currency or 
sterling money, at' the rate of 4.8G 
2-3rds dollars to the one pound sterling, 
and to cause aU such sums so raised or 
received to be paid into the hands of the 
Tr<'asurer of tho said Corporation for 
the purpose and with the object herein- 
before referred to. The said guarantee 
of the city to be contained In the sftid 
debeni'ures shall .be In the following 
teriTis or as rtear tlieroto as may be: 

"The payment of the principal moneys 
and Interest thereon under this deben- 
ture at the ' respectfve da(es when the. 
san»e fall due under the terms of this 
Bel5enlUl".i. U hereby, giiaran'teed by the 



boTnTsod anntially 'W'lth the school .rate. 

3, This Bv-law shall before the f-lnal 
pa.ssing tb.eroof receive the assent of the 
electors of the City entitled to vote orr 
money By-laws. - „ ^ 

4 This Bv-law may for all ptirposes be 
cited aj? the "Spflng Rlijge Lands Au- 
thority Bv-lnw." , 

Passed the Munlc.loal Council this IStn 
day of August. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a 
true copv of tho proposed By-law. uPon 
which the vote of the Municipality -will be 
taken at the building known as Numberp 
1417 and 1419 it>U. Meston's Pulldlrig) 
Broad Street, on Monday, the 29th^day Qf 
August. 1910. that the (polls will be kept 
open between the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. 
and 7 o'clock p. m.,.lRnd that Mr. W. W. 
Northcott has been appointed tbe Re- 
turning Officer of tho said vote.- 
" ^ K. W. BRAPLI'ir. 

Acting C. M. C. 

City Clerk's Office, Victoria, B.. C, 
August 17th. 1910. 



by Claupe (12) boronf. In respect of the 
.lirects nnd systorns. to be mn'itructpd 
Ihoroln within Itio snid aron 

Ifl. This nKreonionI shrill be bi.nding 
froiri an<l Jifler Ihe iiassing of the w.ild 
By-Law auMuirl-/.lng the .snhl ilcberit ure.s. 

and evorylhing 



''V . rVu the OS Iniated cost of the said 17, This ngieement and evorylhing 

which Is 'V ,,nnn tho nn«!slng of such '"ercln contained shnll respectlveh- en- 
r"';''* nTrles'^o ls«'uwu"i0.1"n'-« tothft uro.to the benefit of nnd bo binding 
h-y-lnw ngrees '• ' nrivr-ble 'hi fift.v "Pon, t bo ii.-i rtles hereto, thofr, successorrt 

,':^i'^sfr'r7he2lsrdVof:7atru.''. V Dl.'.ml «s.l.ns,iespee„vely. 



11 This By-T,nw.-mny bo cited ns the 
rindorground Teloi>honp Bv-Ti«w— VDMr 

PHP«od tho Murilclpnl Coilncll on th(* 
15th diiv of AiitruSt. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE thnt tho nbovo |« .-i 
(fuo copy of tho proposed Hv-Lnw. upon 
which, tlie vote <if the' MunhdiialK y will 
he tnkon at tho building known as 
Numbers 1-117 nnd 1419 (Mr. Meston's 
riuildlnp;! Itrond .sirr-et. on Mondnv, iiif> 
2nth dny of August, 1910. thnt Ihe polls 
will be kept orion between the hours of 
o'clock n in. nnd 7 o'clock p.m , nnd 
that Mr, W W. Northcott h«% been np- 



Corporation of th© City of Victoria." 
■ 3. It shall .he . lawful for the said 
Mayor to caupe any number of deben- 
tures to he made, executed arid Issued 
for, such sums as may be required, not 
exceeding, however, the sum of $50,000 
either In currency or sterling motley (at 
tho rate of 4.86 !2-3rds dollars to the one 
pound storl.Ing), each of the said deben- 
tures being of tho amount of $1,000 or 
Its sterling equivalent (at the rate 
aforesaid), and nil such debentures shall 
be sealed with the seal of the said Cor- 
poration and .-signed by the Mayor there- 
of, 

It Bha;i be lawful for the said Mayor 
in his discretion to alternatively cause 
ench of the said .^debentures to be made, 
executed and issitcd foe an amount of 
£100 sterling, and one., »lf necessary, fur 
a less sum In sterling itioney to com- 
plete tlie authorized i,^Hue. 

4. Tho said dobentiires shall hear date 
of the day after the final pns.sing of this 
By-law. and shall be payable Ui fifty 
years from the said date at' such place; 
elthor In the Dom.lnlon of Canada, Great 
ilrltaln or tho ITnltod States of .Vtnerlca. 
as may be designated thereon. ,iiid shall 
have attached to them coupons for tjie 
payment of Interest arid IU« signatures 
of ihe Interest coupons may be either 
written, stariiped, printed Ot litho- 
graphed. ,' _ 

5. The said debentures shal) bear In- 
terest at llie rate of four per ceii.1. per 
onnum from tho date thereof, which In- 
terest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 2lsl day of .lanuary and the 2lat 
day of July, at such place, either In tho 
Dotnlhion of Canada, Great Britain, or 
tho United States of America, .an may 
1,« expressed In the debenture and cou- 
pon. ' 

6. It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause the said tlcbenluros and 
Interest coupons, elthor -or both, to be 
made payable at such"" j)laoe, elllier In 
the Dominion of Canada, Great Brltaln,^ 
or the United States of 
mny bo desired. 

7. It shall be lawful, for tho Mayor of 
the said corporation to dispose of tho 
said debentiires at hrnle hO'low par.' and 
to authorize tho Treasurer to pay out 
of the sums ho raised by tho snlo of the 
said debentures, all expenses connected 
with the' i>feparn(rdh 'imit irthogrnphlng 
of the dchehtures and c'oui>ons, or any 

discount or commissi ' ..' i, .->-,. in, i-n;i;s 

liicidenial lo the sal' '"'n- 

lures. 

8. So much of lie- oionoys collected 
for and received ii.\ the <;ity TroAsiirer 
under the provisions of the said "Sewer 
Hy-Lnw, '1902" (No. 400), ns, shall hftor 
ctimplylng wltli tlie (Tlr<'ct1ons contalnoil 
In Ihe snld "Sower Lonn Guarantee By- 
law, IDO'2," No. lO'J, the ".Mewer Loan 
(4iuinintee Hy-law 1 IM),'., 
"Sewer Lonn Guarantee 



A BY-LAW 



To liaise $50,000 for School Purpoaee. 

WHEREAS, tho 'Council of tiie Cor- 
poration of the City of Vlctorl^ are re- 



quired \o raise the sum of $60,00'0' gross 
■on the requirement of the Bdard of 
School Trustees, for the purchase of a 
site arid the erection of a now school with 
school grounds at the corner of Bank 
Street and Leighton .S'treot.and for cer- 
tnln additions to tho school and grounds 
at Victoria West, and for the Improve- 
ment of the school alto and grounds at 
Kingston street, Includlpg In ench case 
the purchase of the necessary land: 

AND, WHEREAS, the- whole /ateablo 
land nnd 'Ituprcn-ements or real property 
of the snld (":orporatlon of the City of 
Victoria according lo the la.st revised 
asKo-ssinent roll for the year 1910, was 
$32,089,937: , 

AND WHEREAS, the total ahioitht 
required to bo -rnlsod annually by' rate 
for paying tho debt .whlqh will be crea- 
ted heroundet^and the Interest the i^eon, 
and for creating an' annual sinking fund 
for the payment off of the<SH-ld--debt 
WIthl'n twent^"-tl. - r ding to 

law. Is $n, 200,00 

ANt) WllERE.xs, It will, require an 
annual rate of .1197 of one mill on the 
dollar for paying the new debt aiid H)- 
teresti / .',.•.. . . '■ ' 

AND WHIPJRKAS. this By-law may 
n<H be nlti-red or njpealed except with 
consent of tho LlcnlenHiit-Govcrnor-ln- 
pOtincll: . ..,. 

THEHRI''ORE, ■ liie Mimiriieil Council 
of the Corporation of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts ns follows; — 

1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of the said 
Corporation by wny of. the debentures 
hereinafter mentioned, from any person 
AmerTcar'jial or persons.' or body ov bodies corporate, 
"^ who mny bo willing to advance the samo 

a.'i a loan, a sum of money not exdoodlhg 
In tho whole the sum of $50,000 gross or 
sterling money, at the. rate of 4.86 2-3rdB 
doilarJ) to the one pound sterling, and 
to cause nil such sum.M Tro-rntsed or re- 
ceived to Vie, )iald into Ilie hands of tho 
Treasurer of the, said Corporation for 
the purposes nnd With the object here- 
inbefore recUod. 

2. It Shall be lawful for tho said 
Mayor to cause any nurhber of deben- 
tures to bo made, executed nnd Issued 
for such BUinn n.» rriay bo reqtilreil. not 
exceeding, howe\'rTv tho sum of $,",0,000. 
eltiier In currency or sterling monpy nt 
the rate aforesaid), each of liio snld d>'- 
benluros being of the amount of $i 000, 
an<l all such debentures shall be si^hled 
No 4r.f> ihei"ltl> 'I'C seal of the said tknporallon 
By-law, 1907," and signed by the Mayor thereof 



shore; thence I 
ai)proxlmately 10 ■■ 
limit 6f where i 
would totich th''' ■ 
said foreshore b 
concrete wall on 
Engineer of the 
and Works of t 
Columbia and t- 
foundation at ni' 
ti) the height of i 
Dallas Road; 

AND WHEIfK 
the said work ^ 
which sum the <" 
Law $75,000, an. I t 
Columbia haiii agie. 
AND VVHEUl • - 
land and I'mpio-. • 
of the said <oii 

Victoria accordii 
sesspient roll fo: 

089,937: 

AND WHEJM •>-■ 

quired to be 1,1. -• ! 

tho, paying of ' 

created here-; i. 

thereon, and : 

Ing fund foi ' 
■ " in f ■ 

Is $3.491. 2r.. 
AND Win: 

be niteretl e 

consent of • 

Council: 

T.HEUKF"! I 

of tho <.'orpo' 

enai.t« as f> ^ 

1. It shnl' 
the~Corporii 
to borrow ■ 
(■"orporat ion 
hereinafter ■ 
or persons ■ 
iN'ho-may I'e 
as -« lonn, e 
Ing In the w 
re.ncy or st- 
4.86 2-3 doll 
and to cnii.t' 
received t 
Treasurer, 
the purposes 
before- reelie 1 

2, It shiill ' 
to cause .in 
made, execm 
ns may be i ' 
ever, th'e' sun 
roncy or .-^i' 
riforesa,ld) e 1 

•.being of tTTT 
such deheni " 
soni of the ^ 
bv the M-ivor n.ei'.i 

itujihalLJi" !'"'" 



lucli llie soa- 

iiig flip shore 

. I'iio Westerly- 

1 eet produced 

piotectlng the 

I' .1 reinforced 

;';uov,ed by the 

lenl of Lands 

ni.e of British 

tr ini :i solid 

:■ 'li".'. "St tide 

,ed roadway on 



To raise $15,(X}0.00 for the Erection of 
an Zsplatlon Hospital. 

Whereas the Council- of the Corpora- 
tion of the City of Victoria have decided 
that it Is necessary ttt remodel and mod- 
ernlKo the present Isolation Hospital, 
and to erect certain trther buildings In 
connection there-wlth; 

AND, WHEREA,<9, It Is eBtlmatcd that 
the said ,work.s' win cost $.20,000.00 of 
whlclf the city; by this bylaw, provides 
$15,00.0:00. and of which the Province 
of BrltWh Columbia will, provide |5.000, 
ANlt^WHEREAS. the whole rateable 
land an'd^lmprovements of real property 
of the said Corporation of the City Jlf 
Victor!^ according to the last revised 
assessment roll for the year IBIO, was 
$32,089,937,00. . ' 

AND, WHEREAS, the tota'l amount 
required to be raised annually by rate 
for the paying of the debt which will 
be created hereunder and the Interest 
thereon, and for creating an annual 
sinking fund for the payment off of,, 
the said debt within twentyrflvo years, 
according to law. Is $960.15. ; 

A.ND, WHEREAS. this bylaW may 
not be altered or, repealed except with 
the consent of the Lleutenant-Governor- 
In-Councll: , ^ ,,_ 

THEREFORE, the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts as follows: 

1. It- shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporation of the City of Vlctorla.,- 
to borrow upon the credit of the said 
Corporation by the way of the debe.n- 
tUures' hereinafter mentioned, from any 
person or persons, or body or bodies eor- 
p.orate.who may be willing to advance 
tiie satne as a loan, a sum of money-not> 
exceedfiTg liii the whule-the sum of $16,- 
000.00 currency, or sterling money at 
the rate of 4.86 2- 3 dollars to the one- 



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if 1' 



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pound sterling, apd to cause all such 
sums sb raised or received to be paid Into 
the hands of .the Treasurer of the said' 
^Corporation for the purposes and with 
the object hereinbefore recited. 

2 It shall be lawful for the said 
Mavor fo cause any number of del)on- 
Hires to be made, executed and Issued 
for such sum-s as may be required, not 
exceeding, however, the sum of f\i>^' 
000.00 either In currency or sterling 
money (at the rate aforeaajd) each of 
tlie said debentures being of the amount 
of $1 QOO.OO nnd all such debentures 
shall be sealed with the seal of the said 
Corporation and signed by tho Mayor 
thereof. 

It shall be lawful for the said Mayor 
In his discretion io alternatively cause 
each of tho said debentures to bo made 
executed and Issued for an amount of 
£100 sterling, and on^ If necessary for 
a, less sum In sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized issue. 

3, The said debentures shall bear 
dale ot the day after the final parsing 
(if this bylaw, and shall be made pay- 
abloln twenty-five years fl-orn said date 
at such place either In tho DomUiioit of 
Canada. Great Britain or the United 
States of America, as msiy be designated 
thereon, and shall have attached to 
them co'upons for the payment of In- 
terest amHthe signatures of the Inter- 
fest coupons may bo elthei- written, 
stamped, printed, lithographed or 6n<- « 
graved. " / 

4 The said debentures shall bear In- — 
terest at the rate of four per cent.^per 
annum from the date thereof, which 
Ititcrest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 2i8t dov of .lanuary and 2Ist day 
of July at such p.lace, either In the Do- 
minion of Canada. Great BMtaln, or tho 
UTilted States" of America, as may be 
expressed In the debentures and coupon. 

5 It shall be lawful for tho said 
Mayor to cause tho said debentures and 
Interest coupons, either or both, to he 
made pnyable/irt jsuch place, either In 
the Dominion o.f„C:ariRda., Great Britain, 
(^rfbrutirfed States of America, as may 

be desired. .... ^ », 

6. It shall be lawful for ■ the Mayor 
of the said Corporation to dispose of 
the .said debentures' at a rate below par. 
f $1 000. arif nirKnd to nuthorl'/.e the Treaatirer to pay 
; bo seabid with tho out Of the sums so raised by tho salo 
rporatldn and signed of the said, debentures all expenses con- 
r ■ uected with the preparation and en- 

graving or llthograplTIng of the deben- 
tures at-id cotipons, or any discount or 
commission or other charges incidental 
to the sale of the skid debentures. 

7 If deemed, advisable by the Mayor 
there shall, in the said debentures, bo 
lesei'ved to the Corporation the right 
11)1011 and ftiture consolidation of the 
'debentures indebtodnf s?» of tho city to 
substitute debentures of such consolida- 
tion secured -upon tho credit of the clt.\- 
generally. Such consolidation delien 
tures shall contain the like covenant', 
conditions and restrictions as (ire con- 
tained in the debentures Issued In pur- 
suance of this bylnW and In ench ile- 
bcnturo Issued hereunder a clause con- 
dUloned for such, substitution may iio 
Inserted. 

8, Vox the purpofte of raising nnnu- 
nlly the required suiia for the paimont 
of the interest on the snld debentures 
dtiring their currency, there shall bo 
raHsed annually tho sum of lono.oo, nnd 
■for the purpose of creating (h* sink- 
ing ftmd B foresaid for tho payment oft 
of the debt nt vnali.rity (lure .shall ho 
raised annually the sum of $nr,o,ifi, and 
both snld sums nbnll he ralsef] annually 
by a rate ■ suffh-iont therefor on all 
rateable land .njid Itnpro. ements or real 
property In IhecllY of "Victor-la during 
the continuance of the said debentures 
or any of them. 

-9; T-hla-'*>j'l«-'»' — nlia.iL. before .tlie ^liaL 
pasalng tlu'reof rpcp1\'f> the nssotft of 



estimated that 

1 $10u,OO0, of 

.les by this By- 

' vince of British 

!■■ provide $25,000; 

whole "ratable 

ir real property 

of the. City of 

l.'i.st revised as- 

r 1910, was. $-32,- 

total amount re- 
' K^lljr toy rate for 

w]ile,h will be 
id the' Interest 
L,' an annual slnH- 
nt off of the said 

accbrdlng to law 

Bj-T.a-w may not 

.'M'r pt with the 

•lanl-Governor-ln- 

Munlclpal CoupcU 
le City of Victoria 



' for tho Mayor of 

e City of Victoria 

rodlt of the .snld 

■«f tho debentures 

from any person 

■ bodies corporate, 

' advance the same 

money hot exceod- 

im of $75,000,' cur- 

oy, at the rate of 

one pound sterling, 

sums so raised or 

! I "TO the hands of the 

«:iid Corporation for 

with .tjif ,p|}ject hereln- 

nTiil mS tlie said -Mayor 

of tiebeptyrcs-to.ua. 

siieri for such' sums 

I not exceeding, how- 

$;:r.000, cither In cur- 

'• money' (at the rnte 

' snld debentures 



snld Mayor 

.ii;. : iiately cnuse 

bonttires ,10 be made, 

nil ■ for an 'ariiount of 

1 one If nocessary for 

.iling hvoney to cam- 

I i/,ed -Issue, 



In hlsdi-screllny 

eaehiof the -■"! •' 

executed iiiil 

fioa sterllnu 

a- less sutTi 1 

plete the nnth" 

9 Tho' snld' •U'benfures.shall be.'t^- dfite 

of the' fifth ibiv after the final pa s.sing 

"i ,i,i_ Bv.iaw, and shall be made pny- 

nblA-ln flfiv v.-iirs from date, nt such 
, '7r;.iihei In Die Dominion of Cn nada, 

Greal Rrltnln or the TTnlted ^States, of 
Amei-lca tts '"i'.v ho designated theroon, 

nid shall hnvo attached to thorn cou- 

o, H for tho payment of Inlerest. and 
tic signatures <if, th* Interest coupons 
mnv'l^o;elther vrM tlon. slam • ' ' 
lithographed or engraved. 

4 The snM debentures .sh.'iii hefu- m- 
terost at tbe ifilc of .four per cent per 
nnifum from the date llioroof which In- 
to roVt'^sTiaTI ho payable half-yearly on 
the "1st dav of .lanuary nnd 21st day of 
lulv" at such place, either In tho Do- 
minion of Cnnada, Great Britain, or the 
TTnlted Slates of America, as may be <'X- 
oressed In the debentures and coupons, 
^ r, It ^IimII be lawful for tho snhl 
Mnvor lo (lu'^c the said debentures and 
Interest coupons, either or botli, to be 
made iwivahle at sUch place, either In 
the Dominion of Oanadn, Great Brltalii, 
or the tTnlterl Stntes of Atherlca, as 
niny bo desired, „ -., 

(1. It shall be Inwtul for the M^yor of 



tho" snld Corporation to dispose of the \ the electors of the sa|d CorporaUon In 



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VICTORIA DAHA' COLONIST 



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th« m*nn«r provided for In th«VI'inlcl- 
P«I ("lausos Act, and «lmll IhR .ifftct 
on the day after the final lasslnK 
thereof. 

10. Thl,«t bylaw may be citediw tlie 
leolatlctn Hospltul Bylftw. 1»10. 

PaB.iied the Municipal Council m the 
lAfh dav of Augu-st. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the nbm !n a 
true copy pf the proposed bjliiv 1 pon 
«'hlch the vote, of the Miinlclpall- will 
br taken at the building known luN'ini- 
liers mil and 141U (Mr. MoMlon".*)' Hd- 
Ing) Broad street, on Monday, th :'tli 
day <tr AuRUst, 19)0, that tlit- iiol ""1 
be kflpt open between the hour.sil 9 
o'clo'^k a. rn. and 7 o'clock p. m .^nd 
that Mr. W. W, .Northcott lia.s bet \<a- 
polnl.cd the U«>t\iinlnK Officer ( ihe 
said vote. 

E. W. BRADl.KV. 
„ ■ ActlHK C. M.'' 

City Clerk'.s Office',' Victoria, i ' '•. 
>:iAugust I'tb, 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



"aid municipality, on Monday, the 29th 
day of AUKUKl. 1910, from 9 a. m. to 7 
p. in., and to recoid tlinlr \'ote» for or 
anfalnst the piiss'nK":^ of the rndernround 
Telephone H,\-haw, HMO; S.'wer Loan 
• Guarantee iJy-J.uw, 1910; HprlnK KldK" 
l..ands Authority B.\-Law; Jfid.tioo School 
1jo:iii Ky-haw, 19 10; Pallos Uoad P'ore- 
isbore-Hy-l.,uw. I'.llil. lnolatlon H<iHr)ltai 
Hyluw, 1910; I'liblic rniivonlcncc Loan 
Hyluw 19111; 11 copy (if wlilcli by-laWH a le 
Piibllsl\ed In liie \'lclorla Daily ('olonlKt, 
and ciiples whoreof arc |>o.sii-il \ip at the 
t'tly liall and hi each ward and at tin- 
poUiPK place. 

And take notice that the bylaw.'s will 
not 1)1" valid or of any effect tinles.s the 
vote polled in favor thereof bo at least 
three-tlflhs or the vole polled. 

(liven under niv hand at N'lclnrla, 
nntlsli Coi\iiiilila, tliiw 17(li dav of Au- 
KUSl, 1910. 

WM. \V. NOUTIICOTT, 

lU'ltirniiiK Offli'd'. 



council within 15 days from the date of 
the first publication of thla , notice, the 
Couiicll >vlll pr*>cet-d with the proposed 
iinprovemeni iipoti Huch terms and con- 
dlllonii UM to the payment of the cost of 
wuoh improvement aH the t^'uncll may 
by bylnw In that behalf reKvilate and 
determine. 

WlChhlNCTON J. DOWI-,Kl{. 

C. M. C. 
CItv Clfrk'.s office, N'iclorta. H. C., 
AiiR-UHt li'lth, .1910, 



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Coroer UruaU and Vteiv KIrrels. 

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lots on I.liicii 11 avenue 



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Municipal Notice 

Municipal Bye-Election, 1910 

rriM.ii' xd'i'n'i-; \-. ii. rfi.\- kIvcu .to 

the lOhTliir.w of tlu' M nnlcipality of the 

(.'ily of Victoria that 1 re(iiltr(' llo' 

prO.seiice of the said lOlectors In th«' 

Court Room at the City |lall. In lb.- 

aforo.>^ald city on ^Vednl•alia.^•. the L'lth 

duv ..r \'il: ,'! ''Ml), from U' (noon) to 

!!!. ourpose of electlnK a 

■ in them in the Miini- 

Alderman for Ward 

I! • vacancy c.au.sed by the 

if Mr. Win. Henry Rus.sell 

number. 

The mode of riominatlon of candl- 
datcH shall be as foUow.s: 

The candldatea shall be nominated In 

writing, the writing nhull be •subscribed 

by two ' voters of the munlcipalitv as 

Pl-Qnn.ser nnri sernnder, nnd-saiall he de- 

livered to the Returning Officer at any 

time between the date of the notice and 

p. m. of the day of the nomination. 

be altered or repealed except with the""d '" the event of a poll l>eing neces- 

consent of the Lteutenanl-C.overnor-in--'''»''y such poll will be open on Haturday. 

(.•ouncll: '^*" -'t'l -?!»>■ ot Augu.st. 1910, from 9 

THKR1':fork. tin- .Miini(i|..ii Council "''^locic a. in. to 7 ,p, in. In tha mannar 

of the ("orporation of th'' lity of Vic--f<dIowing: 

toria enacts n» follows For the - of floe • O* ■ AtJDERM AN for 

1. It shall he Inwftil for (ho Mayor ofV\'ard No. 2. In the I*o!1Ce Court at the 

tne CorporHtion of the f^ity of Victoria ;,i|y Hall, of which every person is 

to borrow upon the credit of the faidhcreby required to lake notice -atui 



To Salsa $90,000 for the Erection of 1 
tha Fubllo Convaniance. 

WHIORKAS, the Counrll of Hip i M" 
ration of the City of Victoria have ■ 
cided that It Is necessary to erec 11 
Public Convenlonre .upon property of ip 
Corporation slluaied on ilie we.st sldpof 
<io\erriment striv.-i. .south of the pot- 
office and north of the Cau.scway. 

AXl>. \VHKR1';as. the whole rateale -1' 
land and Improveincnts or real propi^y 1 1""'''';"' '^' 
rf the said Corporation of tlie City f ( SJ"^'., < 'Ji'i^ 
\ ictoria according 10 the last revisi ; '^«'- - '" "'i 
nssessmoni roll for the year 1910, w« I'f-'"'*''.""' lot 
|n2.089,92;. 

AM). WHKKl-JA.-;, !l,. total amour, 
reijulred to be- rai.sid aiiiuiall\ by rat 
for the paying of the debt which wi 
be created lici-ennder and tlie IntereS 
thereon, and for creating an annua 
Pinking fund for the payfivt>iit off-i>f- 
;«ald debt within twenty-ftve years, ac 
cording (o law. \^ Jl. 280. 8.5. 

AXl). \\"nKRr:AS. this bylaw may riO' 



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OH HALE— s.kvf:.\ HOO.Mf;t> HOt.-Hli; 
KiOxl.'Ifj fi-i'i, sialili-. iii'iiinrd. iftwii. 
uliriihK. rtc., I'l'mrnV nlili'WHlk. Hewi'rl elei'- 
\rW. liKlit ktts. i^tc. This property in half 
l>lni;k fvoiii elrtn-t car and uai; iiilln frcirii 
ilty hall. Price on eat.*' lernm !ft,75l). 

V~ OOOD W.«kTBKFRONT PROPICIItV. 
."ijutuicJi, . -alee licacli and trci.a. Gi-i 
I iniri' iind lurniB of tbla. 



|i "ri Mt 1 A 
nH.\-. 



m;>'i 



HOOM ic D .v I-: w n t ; .s't i .v - 

00 CUHll." (331 I 

HOfSE 



t'orporatlon by way of the debentures 
hereinafter mentioned, from any person 
or persons, or bod.v or bodies corporate, 
who may be willing to advance the same 
as a loan, a sum of money not exceed- 
ing in the wliole the sum of $20,000 cur- 
rency, or sterling money at the rate of 
4 SS 2-3rds dollars to the one ppund 
stt-rling. and to cause alt such sums so 
i-alsrd or . recei \ fil \., In- paid into the 



jovern himself accordingly 

The persons qualified to be nominated 
or and elected as ALDERMAN of the 
'Ity of Victoria shall be such perswttr 
«> are male British subjects of the full 
ige of twenty-one years, and are not 
dsquallfled under any law, ami have 
ben for the six months next precedinK 
tie day of nomination the registered 
wner In the land regl,slry office o"f land 



Viands of tlie 'i'l ra sir tt of the said 
• 'orporation for the piupose and with 
tlie object hoielnbefore recited. 

-'. U shall he lawful for the said 
Ma.vor to cause any number of ileben- 
tures to be made, executed and Issued 
for such sums as may be reipiiiVd. not 
exceeding, however, tlie sum of $L'0,t)00, 
either in currency or sterling money 

(«t the rate aforesaid) each of the said | AiBUst, 1910, • ' , ' ( ita»; 

debentures beiiiK of the amount of 
$1,000. and all such debentures shall be 
scal'-d with the seal of the said I'or- 

""■"■"' lenders for Gar- 's'l'^^'^L 



o real property in the city of Victoria 
tiie assessed value oh the last mu- 
nilpal assessment rolj of five hundred 
diUars, or more, oyer and above any 
roistered Jtidgment or eiiarge. ami Avho 
ae otherwise duly Qualified aa miinl- 
cbal voters. . • ■ .■ , . ,» 

Given under msFTiiia" " at Vlctorjii, 
ftltish CoUimbia. this 16th .day of 
1910, 

WM. -W., NORTHCOTT. 

.Returning Officer. 



f]pO«>».)lF low, $6 

"S;~»HWk -siTvfci^i HOOMKD 

•IT. ».>UU $1,000 cash. (3S0.; 

Kiooo 



COLEMim ! 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 



OF 



ItKSIDK.Ni'KS. I'AIv I 



-EIGHT RIMJMED IlOl'SB $1000 
cash. (^91*) 



-KIGHT nOO.MSD MDl'.SK 
cash. {.3t3. 1 



tlOOO 



LUilh. (79.) 



'I .-1; $1000 



SIX not.). VIED 
ua n Quotation. 



HOI'S E, 

(i'.ij.) • 



GtVK 



A. WILLIAMS & CO.. LTD. 

:04 Vale* tftr«et. Thcna 138«. 



Builig Lots 




OAiroBL&ATtoir or xbsbkyz. 

NOTICE In hereby given that the He- 
Ber\e exlNting on crown lands In the 
vicinity of Butalne Lake, and situate in 
Caaelar District, notice of wliich bear- 
ing date June 30th, li>08, was pub- 
llHhed in the Brlll.sh Columbia Gazette, 
datfcd July 2nd, 1908. ia cancelled. 
ROBKRT A. REN WICK, 
Deputy CommlBBloner of L.and8. 

Lands Department. Vlcioila, B, C, 
Juno 16th, 1910. 




ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., LTD 

(P^stabllsjied 1808.) 

Capital and Funds for security of 
policyholders exceeds$26,000,OI)0 

The under.Higiurd lias succeeded to the 
agency of this conipaiiy tornieily held 
by the Stuart ItoberLiiiJii C(/mpaiiy, Ltd., 
and will give prompt atteniion to all 
comniunlcut luns regaidiug now buslnosa 
or alterations rtHiuirt-u on ealsLlag poli- 
cies. iMi.u-u adUicbs all coniunlcations 
to J. O. KLLIOTT, 

.■Jl)ecial Agent for Vancouver lalaniL 

1212 Broad St.. Victoria, B. C. 

P. O. Box 450. ■ ' ..Phono 660. 



Ooaipanlei TWlndlng tip Act, 1898. 

noticp: 



In tlic Townsito o{ 



Q(\ AfltES FACING 
C>\J Btvi'n mile 



{3.200. 



on; .m.vi.v UD.vD, 
from city. Vt'ry chuap. i 



QA lots at $250 PER LOT. HlOli. DRV. 
<-v/ tine View, good land. 

iTvEiTry ACRtcs, with good cot- 

taKc Btnblc and chlcktn house, only 
■evrn mllea from city, eood ruudi. good watr 
<T, nlcf location, t-hoap $4,000., 



"J. 



HiiMKSON SIDDALL & SON 

p. p. Box III N«w Grand Th»«tr« Building. 
Tel. tut. 



-j 1(1 \ n KS TVT' 



pe r acre. 



FATBRFnONT 
Saanlch Arm. near Mill Bay. $'0 



NICE 'LOT. DALLAS ROAD. «3xl20; ptlc« 
$L$<S; tcrina to aUlt purcbaa«r. •> 



HEWLINGS & 

Bruad .Str<ttt.L 



CO. 

I'bon* 1TI4. 



12,000- 



It .sh}ill he lawful foi- tlio said Mayoi 
in liis discretion to alternately cause 
cacli of the said debentures to be made, 
executed and Issued for an amount of 
flOO sterling, and one If nec*>s'.n'' for 
a less sum in ster'llng monc; ;n- 
plete the authorized Issue. • '_ 

Z. The said ilebenlTTi=e¥"^aTr" bear "(late 
of the da.v after the final passing nf 
this bylaw, and shall be made payable 
in twenty-ti\ e years' from said rlate. at 
such place, either in t,he Dominion of 
Canada, Great Britain ■ or the United 
States of America, as may be designated 
tliereon, and shall have attajched to 
them coupons for the payment Of. inter- 
est and the signatures of the interest 
coupons may be either written, stamped, 
printed. Iltliographed or engraved. 

4. The said debentures slmll bear in- 
terest at the rate of four per cent, per 
.I'lnum fiuim the date thereof, which in- 
terest .shall be payable half-yearly On 
tlie 21st day of .January and 21st day 
of July, at such place, either in' the. Do- 
minion of Canada. Great" Briffllh or the 
Tnited .States of America.- as may be ex- 
pressed in the debenture and coupon. 

5. It shaVl he lawful foV the said 
Mfivor to cause the said debentures and 
interest coupons, either or both, to be 
made pa>able at such place, either in 
the Dominion of Canada, . Great Britain 
or the I'nlted States of America, as may 
be desired. 

6. It shall he lawful for the Mayor of 
the said Corporation to dispose of tlie 
f-ald debentures at a rate below par. 
nnd to authorize the Treasurer to pay 
out of the sums so raised by the sale 
f'f thf said debentures all expen»e.s con- 
nected with the preparation and engrav- 
lod or lithoKraphlng of the debentures 
and coupons, or any dlscoimt or com- 
mission or other charges Incidental to 
the sale of the said debentures. 

7. If deemed advisable by the ^RTayTSf 
there shall. In the said debentures, be 
reserved to the Corporation the' right 



bage Cans 



"twiders will be received by the. ' un- 



denigned up to 4 p. m. on Monday, the 
'-'fltl day of August, for the making 
and supplying 1«0.0 more or less, gar- 
i>ag« ca^s' ais so 'tnuoh abl(^ct[^. to be de- 
Uve.ed where required in city. The 
bodj, . top 'and bottom are to be, rhade 
of a gauge galvanlze.fl irp.n^ All han- 
dle.M. bands, channel ir ono a nd r.h'ets to 
confirm in every way equal to the -sam- 
ple, to' be seen In the office of the 
puictasinp; ^ent. The contractor will 
require to etiter tntrr-Tt contract wl»h 
the wp^rrtrtimr— fOf~ttic , fulftllment of 
the Jftove, which will iitate the amount 
and ■then ,requirrd. The lowest or jiny 
tend^.not necessarily accepted. ' . 

■ Wm! W. NOriTHCOTT. 

Purchasing AK^nt. 
City Hall. August 2-1. 1»10, 



NOTICE. 



upon any future consolidation of the de-" 
.. bentures indebtedness of the city to 
substitute debenture?! of -such consoli- 
dation secured upon the crf'dlt of jthe 
city generally. Such consolidatlorj .de- 
bentures shall contain the 
nants. conditions and restric 
contained In the debenture issued in 
pursuance of this bylaw, and in' each 
ilfbenture Issued hereunder a clause 
conditioned for stich euhstltutlon may 
be inserted. 

Tor the purpose of ralalng annually 
'lie required sum for the payment'' of 
1 tie interest on the said debentures dur- 
ing their currency, thert? shall be raised 
annually the sum of $800. and. for the 
roirpOse of treating the sinking fund 
aforesaid for th'e payment off of the 
debt at maturity there shall be raised 
annually the sum of $4S0.2r> and both 
Slid sums shall be raised nn- 
>"iii' • '"■ n iiT" ^sufficient therefor 
■ il'ii' l;iiiil .and improvements 

■ ■ : ' 1 ■iir-iiy In the City of Victoria 

■ iiirliii; iiio (oiii iiiiiaiice of the maid de- 
br>niin-es nr an.\- of them. 

ri. This hylaw shall before the final 
IMSsInK thereof receive the assent of 
t!ie electors , of the said (Corporation In 
'lie manner pro\ided for In the Muni'ci- 
;al Clauses Act. and shall take, effect 
iin , the day an:er the flnal p&8,ving 
thereof. ' — — ; 

10. ThiiH bylaw may he cited as ,ih'e 
I'libllc Convenience Loan B.vlaw. in 10. 

Pa«"ioi-l the .Municipal Cotinclt ori.th'- 
;.-.tli ,l,-i\ of ,ruly. 131(1, 

T.\KK .VOTICK that the above. i.s, ,a 
true copy of' the proposed bylaw, upon 
which the vote of the MOntclpalfty will 
Ic taken a't the building known ,ts N'lini- 
l-rs 1(17 and 14 19 (Mr. Mesfon's bulld- 
g^iiK) Bronrl strcpt. oti "Monday, tlie ■-'titli 
liny of August. Ciln. that tlip polls will 
;.f. i<opt open betw-eon the hours of ,!1 
• ■ • V.r-k ;i m. and. 7 o'clock p,^ in., and 
1h.1l .Mr. \V1 -W-.- Xnrthcott hnw hf-<-n ui'- 



The ilunlclpal Council of the Corpor- 
ation of the City of "Ctctoria having de- 
termlna that It Is desirable: 

1: To, grade. <lrain' and . pave w'tli 
asphalt Government ulreet. from Belle"- 
vllle street to Michigan, street, and to 
construct boulevards '.(Including main- 
tonance) furbs and gutters, 'on - both 
sides of said Htreet between Superior 
Hlreet and Michigan street, inelxiding 
the recQDs tructipn of gutter^ on. both 
sides of sa-r-d street, between Bellevill« 
street and Superior street and the cost 
of lateral connections to aewers, surface 
drains and -w'ttter mains., and moving 
poles If necessary.' — 

2; -TO grade, drain , and macadamize 

with bitmneti (Government s^eet be- 

"i'i'ke'"'erivr '^'«'f" Mtgaia Street and Dalla.s road. 

tion« n««r«'""'^ '" '-onf^truct gutters on both aides 

" ''If said street including the cosjt of »ur- 

fafce draitit and sewer connections, 'and 

water matij, and movlnis of ^polen. If 

iiei'fHsary :?■■ '. 

;'. To iflden sidewalks nnd to con- 
struct curbs and guit.-rs on both sides 
of Yates .sti-^et between Douglas atreet 
and Blanctiard avpnue; 

4; To construct curbs and gutters on 
both sides of Quadra street from 
Blanchard ayenu<^ to Pandora avenue, 

Ti: To pa»f with asphalt Vancouver 
street from Pandora avenue to the 
south llnei.)f Btirdette avenue (road- 
why :!:',. jVoi: "wld.e) Including cost of 
sewrr. surtate Uraln« «.nd- •water la ter- 



COUNKR LOT, OAK BAY Dis- 
trict, ISOxlOO feet. ($800 CB»h.) 

EOR TWO qt^RNER LOTS ON 

car line. ' 

o.-( J will FOR HOUaE AND H4 ACRgB, 
•!^^»,VMJU Victoria Arm ( Pprtaga Inlet): 
good vie-.v; good well of water, 



I^ARM- 34 ACRES. FINEST OF SOIL 
c-lfared. under crop, good -bouse ^^n<i 
outbulldliigf. riinjrtderabte «toirt. four mllea 
from city, $1S,000, good teirna. 

HTRTEaN~ACRis, FINE SOIL. NEARLY 

all cleared, nlco neV- houae. good out- 

tulldlnga, good orchard, a bargain at $8,S00. 



C,-H.^.CidAB.DSON 

6IS Fort-Street. Kodlfti .1. Upntalri 

Ij-^ERNWOOD ROAD — SIX-ROOM HOCSE. 

L S'liin i-«iih. tiHlnnri- us r -nt i»t 7 per cent 



T.'^EKNWOOD ROAD— SIX ROOM HOUSE, 
S: two lota. $40U caah, balance $50 month- 
ly, 7 per cent. ^ 

OCGLAfi .STREET liCNOAl-OW. SIX 
roonia. thre'equartera acre. $3,500; caah 
f'JOO. balance «, 18 moniha at 7 per cent. 



EDWARD STREET, VICITORIA WEST, 
two atorcy houaer $S,o"00; caah $S00, bal- 
nni'ft to autf. 



.-^AIRFIELD ESTATE, NEAR ('AR LINE 
OUve aln-et. four lota each 60j(J;0, 
$7^0 c'ftC l i ; ( ' H ah SlOO at $10 month. . 



F 



Coleman, Alberta 



Situated in Famous 
-Crow's Nest Coal 
— — Fields 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



A BLOCK OF EIGHT. LOTg NEAR- DAL- 
laa road, . on Moaa atreet-. each lot li 
(4x1 SB: Price $4,400: averlig« $6B0. each. 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY, 

( OVII'.V.N^. 
Kent LntHte I'inanelnl nuiid InKuranre Agcntk 



Messrs. Stewart Williams & 
Co., of Victoria, having b«en duly 
instructed by the International 
Coal Jijid Coke Co., Ltd., will sell 
by Public Auction at Victoria, 
B. C, on Monday a^ Tuesday, 
the 19th * and 20th September, 
1910, the remainder of the com- 
pany's Real Estate. Holdings in 
I the City of- Cojeman, Alberta, 



NOTICE TO OOITTKACTOKS. I 

.SK.-\LKI> 'ri-;N'l)ICRS, superscribed' 
■Tender for .School at Mission, H. i',,"l 
will i.e. received hy the Ilonoraljlo the j 
Mh'ilster uf Public Works, up to noon "(' ; 
.Monday, the 22nd Auffiist, lOllT, for n c ^ 
erection itKl completion of a fuui-. 
roomed imil.. i frnrncd_ Achoolbouse' at j 
Mission. I 

IMiins, SI" 1 II'!- '< "" ■ . ' ■" ' ■ '"'t, and j 
forms of U'lidi'i- noi-y I"- r^c-i-ii nii and ] 
after the 4th day of Aiife'iist, M'l'.. n\ llic- 
(rfflce.s of the '!')\ornment Aneul. Ni w 
^^'^>sttnlnstel ; K r Abbott. Ksq., J:eru:i 



Final rnc.ctloK pui.su.ini (n Section ^9 
In be held at the office "f 1 1;. fc:illoit 
'in the 2.'ii-il day of AuKwi,L at the hour 
of 3 p. II. t ■ receive j-eport and pass 
nciriimt c;f Liquidiitor of the Stuart 
1' 11. soil Company, lilinltod, 

A. .STUART ROBUIitTbON, 

''1 ., Lifiutdntor. 

.Dated ii t Vl<-inria, "n.. C, tills ::ts.l day 
of July, i'.'Mi. 



GORDO.V HEJAD ROAI 
per acre. ■ 



-28 ACRES. $T0( 



M 



ONTREAL STREET. HQU8B AND LOT 

$■-',. n'oo. ■ . , - . , 



c ul.iivatt-d. 



FOR if 
a<»c«a with aihall buuae. paMly 



to i pr A/| — BAANICH DISTRICT 



AIRES. SPROAT J.AKp,, 40 CHAINS 
■R-aterfront, $"<*, per itrre. 

GITT PROPERTX: OOOD INVES'^MENTSj 
on DoUKlaa. Johnaon .«nd Vatea atreet. 



160 



--E.HENDERSON & CO 

SrlVester lllu«k, Koum Ouc. 711 V»tea Stwet 

T(^/VACRE8 OF GOOD LAND IN CriOICE 
A.UV/ part or .Manitoba, near church and 
achcol; one ni^lB from tovirn: price $20 acre. 
Will e,xobange for city property. 



HOl.SE AND TWO LOTS ON qUaDRA 
atreet; fruit Ireca and all modem cnn- 
venienc^a: will a«ll at tf. reduced price If 
taken (in 'at once. Price $},7S0. 



|."^OUR LOTS 1^ NEW DIVISION. CLOSE 
L In and near high aehool; at $$50 each. 



CITY BROKERAGE 

111$ Douslaa St.. Uiji •!< 



.^li-Khanta Bank 



ffijJ^»>AA--iBU'r8 A PRACTICALt^t"- NBW. 
^rttmiXlxJ niiodern hou%e. .luaf off Fort Rt. 
near car and both high and public achooia. 
Good haaement. and Kard'ji. Fruit treea. 



-fJtJYH A NEW HOUSE. 8I.\ 
„ — . rooma. In Jamea Bay, all mod- 
ern conv^hl-encta, Kooa l>«a»mi;at, near cea 

and car. ■■ ' 



w 



•T-: HAVE MANY' ENQflRlBS; FOR 
honuaea to rent. Ua<t youra with ua. 



w«*lt and hHM- a numWer 
left. , W"' ha\ •■ from good , 
he rnnrnad will atari frvm 



V* lota thla 
or good anapa 
authority- that, IJje 

Everett very •lV,ortly and when .It doea 
look o,ul. Call In artd •« <• Wlntilpeg Free 
Preaa re mitllon dollar waier power plant 
belnic erected there, julaw Tsrj:e pulp »nA 
paper mtlla and aevi-rnl . fiictorle'4. 



rhonr nn-i uib vatrs aireet. j comprising some Three Hundred 

rs HAVE mvD r«~poRr ANWist-Bs eli{tiblc Business arid Residential 

■ from" good I Sites, located in this thriving in- 
dustrial centre. 

For further and full particulars, 
plans, maps, photographs, etc., 
apply to The Auctioneer, 



-O. 



i 



D, McINTOSH 

Krai Lstute aiul I limiK-liil Asrat. 

ilmttoa~ BldC-. (int-erniticm Street. Victerla 

B. C. Telrpbone 174l>. 

ALL MODliR.V & ROOM — Hrjf S B . 0.*1 
John a'treet.: lot 67 f eet tronlare; only 
$S.&00; tertna. 



lary to Hcliool Tt-ui<t<-<'8. Mission; J. 11. 
Howinan, Ksq.. architect, 11^ ' CroiUTi 
Building, Vancouver;. Jind at the de- 
partment of Public \Vo?ka, Victoria. 

Kach proposal mtiat be acconipanie'l 
-hy-an accepted h.ink -.cheque or certifi- 
cate of deposit on a chartered bank of 
Canada, made payable to the HonorabU 
the Minister of X'ubUc Works for a sum 
eqvlvaient to 10 per cent, of the amount 
of the tender, which Khali be forfeited 
If the party tenderins decline to enter 
Into contract wheri called upon to. do bo, 
or if. he fall to t^niplete the work con- 
tracted for. The cheques or certificates 
of depo.slt of unsuccessful tenderers 
will be returned to them upon tUe exe- 
cution of the contract. \^ 

Tenders "will not be -conBldered unless 
made out on the forms supplied, signed 
with the actual signature of the ten- 
derer. and enclosed In the envelopes 
furnished. 

The lowest or any' tender TTOt neces-f 
5arHy' accepted. 

F. C. OAMBLE. 
Public Works EJnglnter. 

rubllc Works Department, 

Victoria 8. C. 2nd August IBIO. 




CAM CELLATIOIir OF KESEBVE. 



iSBMI MODERN 8-ROOU HOUSE 
$L$I>0; terraa. 



O.N 1 



T 



wo LOTS IN BL-HLBt«rU.'««7& BACH. 



Stewart Williams 

1 637 Fort Strceti Victoria, B. C. 

i 



mWO LOTH* CLOSE Td COOK STREET. 



JL $150 each. 



To Dairymen, Farmers 
and Others . 



Stewart Williams & Co, 



aultable for ehtt k«'n ranch 
near railway, - • 



cheap and 



WANTED TO,RENT^jrnpUR-ROO.M COT- 
' » t«|f«. fairly ntar In., 



LEE AND ERASER 

Real Kalale aud InaiirBnce .iVgeota. Trouncv 
Avenue. 



$4500- 

ence atreet. 



WILL 
roomvd'. 



PURCHASE A SIX 
modern, houae oh Clar- 



'"In ted the 
H-iid votf. 



1: 



I'li-rK.'i i>(',n 

.\\isc\i^t 17th. mo. 



I 



Office I 

nnADLi'.'i . 

Acting (' M. C. 
Victoria, rt. C 



Municipal Notice 



IS 10. 

2 — .Sowr-i !<...' - , . 1 i ;r lit. .' I ;• 

■1 — Spring' KI'U-i> l,.in.].>.- AutlMii! 
I,n*. 

4 -$50. 000 School Loan I.!y-I>aw, 

'1 -l.'alla,M Road 'Foreshore Bv 
ivIO. 

,; — isolntlon Hospital By-L6^' 

T — Public Convenience Loan 
1 ;• 1 0. • 

I herehy give notten that such of the 
r lector."" of the municipality of the,, city 
■ if Victoria a.'*^ are entitled to vole on 
i..Vla\v.«i for raising money upon the 
t-redit of the iniiiiiclpnllty. are retiuested 

alteiid at ilie polling plRCe known hh | iinf>-li;flf 



'■ I'.y- 

IIMO. 
•Law, 



- Lii Vi , 



paii% 'WltlK bltumotm .roacadam 

VaiirciMcr gtreet from the south side 
of Murrlette Avenue to Humhuldt street 
(roadway 32 fp^t wldel Including cottv 
of «ewer. surface tl rain and water later* 
Ills: : ' 

7: To grade, drain and paiv'e, With 
asphalt Fori inreet from. Yates Street 
to M. Charle.<i street, Ineludlng cost of 
gutters on both sMea-Of said_5treet! al- 
so all ncccH.siiry connection.* to B,ewer», 
surface draln.-j ;,nd water mains, 

H. To pave ftocklAnd tivemie With 
1 .-ispii.-ili hetw.-f|, Vancouver »«t(eet and 
; .\lof8 sti-eet I roadway .10 feet wide) and 
to cOn,'4triiot curbs, gutter.s and boule- 
vards on each f.uie of Kockl^ind av-^nite 
between Vancotiver nn<l Cook streets. In- 
i-lnding co.st of ^!.«wc,r and. surface' drain 
lateral!?.' • ' 

9. To pa\o'U'ith ftMplifllt .rtichardtwJi 
Htreel t row d way '.'« feet ^vlde between 
curbs) and i(i i-.m.'^truct IxmievardB -on 
! iMith sidi'H .,r sHir| streel Including cost 
A-ei- Mini .'■iiirrace flrain laterals. ~ 
Tu \vl()i-ii, :i;rade nnd rock, sur- 
jiaii l-'mii ,H,-iv road from Kalrfie! 
I r 'tad to where K,xaLJ5av Road cms."-. 
.•'^ectinn fis and itmr"Hre~)>rtlrt \VT)rk shfli; 
I).- carrieil out in nccordqtioir- with thr 
prii\ islon.s of (!,,,. i.ociil iinprovemetit 
';-'n.!-iiI Bylaw }iii.( ainendiiienlM thereto. 
'11. t the i.'lty KriK'liiefer nndnt>- Am.sc.-^ 
• IV having rept,rtf.(l lo the rouncll In n. 
ordmice with th.- proVlHioiis of Sf<;tl"i 
■aid bylaw, uimn enf;h .find every "f 
works of idi-n,]- improvement kIv- 
i, .^tatenien.t.'< niiowlivfi., ' iiount-< 

-ilmated to be' <-imrKalil' ii ca«e' 

iv'iiin.'Tit the vnilniiK pon ul i-<^(i I 

property \t> be benefited hv tin- .^^fil'l 
works and. the x.pc.rts of the L'lty l,n- 
glueer ,and (.'lt.\ .X^sessor m.m > n,foresalil 
Itaving been ndi^ptrd hv the council: 

NOTICTK la Hl^KKBY" (JIVKX that the 
said ropoita are oi)en for Inspection at 
the office .)f the eity asuessor, t'lly Hall 
notiglhs Rtreel. and that unless a peti- 
tion against any proposed work of local 
Improvement above mentioned, signed 
b.v a mR.lortiy of the owners of the land 
or teal pr.opirt.v to he aK*<fHKf>d for miicIi 
Improvement, nnd representinK at least 
r til. value of the S.1I.I 



|i2oq 

$250(> 



— ONLY. FOR TWO GOpD LtJTS 
on Mont.re)!.! atreet. 

FOrT/T'f'XVE ROOilBD COT- 
tnife. cloae In. on ColUnaon St. 



$4000: 



-WILL BC'y TWO LOTS ON 
Klncaton atreet, a liood bu^. 



ONLY—FOR A SEVEN KOOM- 
ed buneralow. on- ItfUHtHI' •tt-Mt, 

modern In every respect. 



S1500- 



-FOR A LOT WELL SITUATED 
or) Harbinger .avenue. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 



t>h«tii» 10»4 



TifTK • 1;at«a Street 



' fiOi:TH .tAANltrff AORKAOK 

FORTY. ACRBBiCLEARBTD^ IN CUorS. 
on iiialn road: good water and aplen- 
did soil; $201) per acre; lerrna. 



ri-UIlHTY. ACRK.H. EASY TO CLEAR. At 
JL fruit, Boll, on main msd. cloae , lu 
nt-hiiol nlid fiillriind ; ., Biileurllt^ alt< fur' n 
honic. Fur qiib-k «ali'. il'iO per hi-i-i . f.)lh<r 
ti'ii'l n.tlnlninK heUi and aelling at J200 poi 



HERBERTS- LOTT 

Phone i;i::4 Board of Trade Bld«.. 

- 'i N -• 

©J_ 7i)K— SEVEN -kOOM '■ HQirSE AND 
♦Or*, i *rfO two lota, Btan^hard and Hlll- 

«!de. ■ . - ' , ' -- Duly Instructed hy Messrs. PMnnerty 

tl^'ANTED— TWO 'and A HALR ' acR«s.'i & tons, will sell by piibllc auction at 
' » , auitabie for ehtrk«»n ram-h. chean and their farm On the Finncrty, Road. Cad- 

boro Bay, 

TOMORROW 

at 11 o'«look sharp 
a, part of their >»-e-ll known 

MILKING HERD 
and CARTS 

including: 20 . grade Jersey milch 
cows (10 freshly calved). 3 heifers (U 
years old) In calT. 1 heifer I year old. 
Clyde Colt 7 montlis 0I5I; Chestnut Clyde 
mare about ir»00 lbs. sound, rubber tired 
runabout bugR:y. KngUsh 4-8eated phae- 
ton, milk- wagon tneaily newj, milk 
cans. etc. . 

Lurich will be ae.rved ori the grounds. 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Real Batate. Inauranee. Money to Lo^n, Kt& 
Pbona' 1$ZL La.w Chambera BaatloD Sl 

FARM La'NDS— IMPROVBb. WILL EX- ; 
ehange goud (arma fn Manitoba for [ 
city property. Several Victoria homea for ' 
aala at reaaonable pricea and lerma. i 



»•>♦■.♦■-♦■-♦■.♦■♦♦ ♦ * * * -e .f -4- ■*■ 

Births Marriages, Deaths * 



NOTICE 



m the rttatter pf tt\fs estate of Blanche 
Ede. late of the'CHy of Victoria, B. C. 
widow. ' — 

.All persons having clatrns agalni^t 
the above estate are. reiiuest'ed to send 
particulars thereof to the undersigned 
on or before' August 22. lOiO. after 
which data the-ex«cutor will proceed to 
distribute the assets of 'the deceased, 
hav^lng regard only to the claims c*f 
wJiich he has notice. 
■ Dated thla 2l8t July. 1910. 
Victoria, B. C. ~ 

GEO, A. MORPI^Y, 

Solicitor for Executor. 

"" ~ NOTICE ^"^ 

In the, Estate Jf Thomas H. Towers, 

late of Victoria. British Columbia. 

, Deceased. Intestate. 

All personp having .claims against the 

deceased are -requested to Send parlies 

ulars thereof, . duly verified to the un- 

dei-slgned on or beford- the Is.t day of 

September, I^TO', af^er 'which Hate the 

-atWnlnl.'»trafrlx wlU proceed to distribute 

the- assets ^t-44i« - deceased among the 

persons entitled thereto having rega-rd 

only to the claims of w'hlch she then 

has notice. - • • ^ 

Dated thla 29th. day of July, 19I<). 
u, OLIVE M. TOWERS. 
6&1 Belton Ave.. Victoria West, 

Victoria, B. C. 
Administratrix. 



, NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the land.s embraced 
in slJecial Timber Licences No. iOIifii'j, 
situated near tjechelt Inlet, New West- 
minster District, ts cancelle d, and -t-liat 
the said lands will b^ open for location, 
under the iirovlslons of the Land Act, 
at midnight on, October 14, 1910. 
ROBERT A. UENWICK. 
Deputy Commissioner of liamlsr^ • 
Lands Dept., Victoria. July 14. 1910. 



NOTICE 



FSEE 



BOWDED 



MEaCHANDISP Or AI.I. KINDS 
STOipED AI^D DISTRIBUTED 



■Corparation of the City 

of Vernon 'Duncan's Warehouse 



OITT CLERK WANTED T.OB. VER- 
NON, .B. C 



BOBN 

HIJATHER— On .'■tin.la.v the 2l«t to Mr. 
and Mrs. Victor HeatheA IMl Pandora 
Ave a son. 

HCHWEJS'GERS -( )n Monday 22nd itii^t. 
the wife of B. P. Schwejigers of a 
daijghtef. •♦ 

XEfHITT— To the ^-Ife. of,Mr. Norman 
JH., Nosbltt. of 1624 Rtphmond Avenue 
a son on August iftrd. /. • 



MARRIES. 

IMPEY-LA.NHLKV — t»n .Wednesday. 
AuguiPit lOth. at ChHst Church tJathe- 
draU by Hev. A; ;i^. 1>oull, Louis 
•Charles Imper . y<3[U»«*»t son ' of the 
late B. Imp^y an* tir*, ' Impey of 
HItchln. England to Minnie Alexandra 
'Lansley, youngest dauglitcr of Mr. 
ana Mr*. <?, J, Lansley .Shalford, Sur- 
rey, Kiigland. . 



Tha Auctioneer. STEWABX WZX.I.IAMS 



Ma) nard & Son 



AUCTIONEERS 



HAROrNa-On tile I7tH itiBt at 4331 
2ard stneet, Sati Franc)sco, Oeorge ^W. 
^^Harrtlng, formerly of Victoria, 'b. C. 



J i i;TC'H(J»JN— 100 A»,'REP. 

1 ilml»-r ^an<i woli afiUati'il 
>lro\vlnjir 'and grazing. Price 

f. rhlf , ' ■" 



■J 



ri<v^1^> 



Granite and Marble Work.s 

Moni!!iient.s, T;iblels. Graplte 
Copings, etc.. at lowest prices 
consistent with first clasa stpck 
and wcrl:manshlp. "^ — 

A. STEWA-RT 

f-or Tilles and Blancli;i i ;. 



Instructed wo wHl sell at our sales- 
room., 1314 Broad .street, on 

.FRIDAY NEXT 

Furniture and Effects 

Also on account of 'whom it may 
concern'' 

FOUR TON OF STEEL BAR 

lii At>-'^orte(l riizeii 

Fuil Particulars Later 



Appltcatlons will '>e r-ecdved up tn 
Tath August. lOHl. by' the' council of the 
t'liy of Vernon for the "posttloii of (.'Icrk 
and Treasurer. Salar^i $120 per month. 
AUpllicants with previous municipal 
experience preferred. 

Apply stating qunllrtcatlon and refer- 
ences, to 

' . . r>. G. TATE. 

Acting CHy Clerk. 

Vernon, ,B. C. , 

NOTICE 

B« Capt. Edward Barkle;., B. N.,* De- 
ceased. 

All persons irrvtrtJT'clal ma against the 
estate of Captain Edward BarKley, R. 
N., deceased, late of W'estholme. B.' C, 
arp required" to i=end partlculairs, duly 
verified thereof to Messrs. Crease & 
drcase. 521 Fort street, Victoria, B. C, 
on or before the Ulst day of August, 
1910. 
Dated the 80th day of July, A. D. 1910 
(Signed) , , 

GEOFFREy BAR.VARDISTON', 

'Executor. 



.' Negotiable Wareitouse Beceip'fs Is- 
sued. Furniture and household O-ooda 
carefully handled. Stone Bnlldlng an<l 
JiSW Insurance. 



Na.'Tigable Waters i^roteotlon Act 

NOTICE is hereby given that John 
Raymond of the City of Victoria, Brit- ' 
Ish Colutnbia, Is applying to His Excel- • 
l^ncy the Governor General of Canada 
In Council. foc-Ap.piaval of the plaliis and 
descriptions of site, of worka. proposed 
to be constructed by him in Victoria 
Harbor Immiedlately Yrontlng Lot DB2A, ' 
Block 41, Victoria, B. C, and has de- 
posited the said plans and descriptions 
of site with the Minister of Public 
Works at. Ottawa and a duplicate there- 
of with the' Kegl.strar General of Titles 
In the Land Jieglstry Office, Victoria. 
B. C, and that ih« matter of the saUl 
application will be proceeded with at 
the expiration of one month from the 
time of the flr.st publication of this no- 
tice in the "Canada Gazette." 
[Dated this 2<ith day of July. 1910. 
' W. H. LANGLEK. 

Ill: Government Street, 

Victoria. B. C. 
Solicitor for Applicant. 

"WATER ACT, 1909." 



TAKE NOTICE that t, Frederlclt N. 
Norton, of the city ol Vancouver. B. C, 

'""li!£fSa£ji?t«"^ ^^ "PP'J' t°^''« ^1^"- 
ten ant - Goi.crn or In Council on Tuesday. 

the llt'h day of Octdber, A. 1). JltlO. at 
the hour of 11 o'clock In the .forenoon, , 
or so soon thereafter as the app lication 
can be heard, for a flnal license under . 
Parts XI. and XII. of the "Watei' Act.' 
1909." to- clear and remove obstacles 
from Jialmon river and Orford bay. an 
arm of Bute Inlet. British CoTumbiu, 
for the ^tirposo of making the same tit^ \ 
for rafting and driving logia tend pen- ^ 
ning back and storing water.^nd for 
erecting boomlng-grou'nds- in said (Jr- 
fo'rd bay! approximate maps. i)lans an<I-===i»=^- 
particulars of which undertaking are 
filed In the offices of thlTXrhiof Com- 
missioner of Lands and—Water Commis- 
sioner at Victoria. ' ' 

Dated, this 29th day of July A. D. 
1910. - FREDERICK N, NORTON. 



.JPlione 16B5. 



635' Tates St. 



.t 



Maynarci & Son. 



Auctioneers. 



CANCEZ.X.ATION OX* KESESVE. 

NOTICE l;i hereby given that the re- 
serve exlsllng upon the latids. embraced 
In special Timber Licences Nos. 2(S06:'. 
289C3 and 28964. sftuatcd in Gold.stream 
District. Is cancelled., and that Jhe said 
lands will be open for location under 
the provisions of thB—fcnnd Act at mid 
night on October 14, 19 JO. '■■. ' 
ROBEKT A. RENWICK, 
Deputy Commlsisloner of L^tjds. , 

Lands Dept-, Victoria, July 14. 1910. 



SflltLHMiSGflSCO. 



Stawai t, B. C, and 
Rupert, B. C. 



Princa 



FiscST A crents for the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

The property of tliis com- 
pany adjoins that of the 
Stewart Mining and Devol- 
opment Co. \ 



NOTICE 

Campers and Ficniccrs a.re 
not permitted, to land on 
Section 96, Esquinr-'alt Dis- 
trict, otherwise' Jincwn as 
Rosebank. 

Time T-^th. TOio. 




ES & SONS 




TENDERS WANTED 



SCOTTISH REALTY CU. 

room t. 



• "ho I Inn or 
nfit bftiik. 



ritirU. 



I 40] 



.111 



l)f<'n I'lrfged. anil If a .ilr.- was I'un inraugh 
«outd irink(> a llni- nlioi- > or i-Hltlo pa»Uiri». 
For lininrdltttn uai"*; price- fS.OOO; \% culli 



^o. ill" and Hl'J Broad street, In the I or real j'I'i)"-iin, i.s prt'seiited ii 



tli. 



rjfr At'itKK, 
• O iBrgc 



bl«'-k 

Innd.' |;oiiB.- 



J5 A("R1S,=1 I'l l,T.TVATBt), 
bBrn; vv-lll h-sid KC toll! iiiii': 
U-rnom tioiis'^; large trout .crerk run* 
through property; at'atl->n ntt omS corner; 
fine, lioitnin land. A fivr difv.v fnrtii, 

A <,•«««. H ACRHS Cl'I-TirATBO; -10 

«<-ri'!i good ini:i"r. Land IR .1 d'-i p 

loftin. Ba».-!i-i.r;l. l^arn. chlckfi 

nnri >>hfr 'niUili ii!<i; Wfll (t-nrr,\ ij 

t-ioihifd. i'ri(.-j ;-b,av>li i>;i,'JO>) (junIi. 



80 



.'lie i'";nl nf HrltlRh t.'olum- 
Al i'l. 1- (.]• II,.. KHttite of 

r .1 1. iif I , . ■. ■ ^ Deceased. 

i'. i,.i. I -. : ■ '''e|ve<:l by llir rnnl.T- 

'-ilKiied until P'.i.'n nf the aist day of 
Aii.sruHt. Ifti'i. f"! the purchase of the 

foIloWilT..- f'" ' ;>■ — '- Int 

1 1 of pn ' ' ■ ic. 

toria CU , 

The high"' 
sarlly accepi 

\v.\i. Mi).\Ti-;rrii, 

Official y\dmlnl.strator. 
AdmlnlRiering tlio Wstate ..i' Ulanche 
ftranclnl. Deceased. 
Dated this I7th day of August, .1910, 

Advertise m THE COLONIST 



KJl9;~'U(ti 
CAXrOEJLii^A'X'XON Ur HE&IIU'VS. 



AUi TI' '.WnCRS 
565. AND 828 YATES STREET 

To Rent 



House and c 

pintln'^. pr.Ttrr:- 

ioi' 

lot;- .,. 

..Vu(liiini"i.|-H, Tifia 



enlral, for sale, 

:rir- do7en, beds, 

"ac and 

.V- S'lP"', 
and &2S Vales ' - • • ' 



Livery Stables 



MILL 



WOOD AND STOVE WOOD 
FOR SASX 



.NOTICE 's lietel)y given that the it- 
serve existing in crown lands In the 
vicinity of Bablne Lake, situate In 
Bltnge 5, Cost District, notice of which 
was published in the BrltlNli Coluinbiu 
Oazette, dated December 17th, liius, i.s 
cancelled In so far as said reserve re- 
Ifflc-s to lot.t numbered 151!t. 1.11S. 15J(, 
loiC. 1515. lilO. lot)7, ISOti. l&UtiA, 
\r>X'i, 1511, 1505, l,")Ot, 

1530, 1527 

1534, 1635 

lo-ll 

1548 

1624 



ir.oi. 150':. 



';s. 



J5:;6. 

1546, 
1521, 
luol. 



i5.;s, 

154 a, 
1021', 



1510, 
1547. 
1523, 



1541. 
154'.), 
1525, 



1528, 
1537, 



luua 

1513, 
I6:i!.i, 

1B38. 



154;l. 1645. 

Ife5u, lo2U. 

1526 and 



R. DAVERNE, 1615 Douglas St. 

'' Otipof.lt 9 city Hall. 
X. SAYCmKa. Tel. ST. 



RORRTtT A. RKNWTCK. 
Deputy Con)mi><?i-n.iier of Land.*). 
Landfj Departnvent, Victoria, B, C, 
Jun o 16th. 191 0. ■ 

Advertise irTTHE'cOLDNJST 



The Silica BricK and Lime 
Company, Ltd. 

IN VOIiUNTAKY IjIQUIDA'rlOI* 

Important Sale of Brick and Lima 
v/orkw. a» going concern. 

Messrs. S'cwart Williams & Co 

iluly insti ui-lcil ii\ tin- li.)Uiila l<ir fo r 
11)0 eptate. will sell Ly pob'llc aiActlon oS" 

Tuesday, Aug. 30th, 1910 

lit ^lii' liriard hotel, at U . a..in. sliar*. 
The frt>ehol<I jan'dfi held by the conf- 
pfiny being .Sectinn I : : and parts of 
.Section 105. Ksqnnn.ih .Hull-let to«ether 
with the good will of tho compntiy Hiid 
Mli plant, mnchlncry, chattels Kn.i cffectfi 
comprising the brick and lime wnrk.q at 
Atkin's Siding, K.mtnlmnlt dl.-ilrU-t. 

l''iirlher partlctilarft ll^.! cardH t« 
view tlie prernlKr-.=t ri\n be hud fri'Oii t h<i 
Ltanldiiliu' K. ft. W'aiM-n. UV.I l-'ort Ktrept 
or th« 'Ani'!tioneei s, Keaars Stewart WU- 
lUni * Oo. 



wO,u^vr.d«^i«igi;ii||Mi''' 



. saa^'mMiSiSM-j'ta-Msumimiimi^^isiiiia ^fcaa^iMeui' 









m 



20 



>BIA DAIL Y COLONIST 



/•dnMday, August 24, VilO 



Visit Our Tea Roomt, Third 
Fioor. A Cup of Good Tea 
U the Best Refr^JBshment 
You Can Have. 



DAVID SPENC 



LIMITED 



All 

Mac 

An 



Qur Chocolates Are 
m the Premiici. They 
*ure and Wholesome 



-of-the- 



7 







, Today, 






Todav. we hold an important sale of Blojjses_ThisjsJiHd£Ll°^^ 



el uded, in the very latest styles of the season. Sleeves an dj2g£k_a2^_edged^witJT_lac^,_w 
and fin ish^with fine tuci<s. The mull is of exceptionally good quality. f^^^^ 
U you have plenty of waists on hand for immediate use, you v^iH find_ij 
dvantaaeous to purchase here, today, for future needs 



hile the fronts are beauifully emb roidered, 



f^ 



At 90 Cents, 




mfmm 






■^ 






--Si 



^:- v-"'2"^. :;&' 



/i 



:- * ■'-. 




Ano ther Lot of Grass an iyVicker^ ^ Salejoday, at $2.90 

Another shipment of Sea Grass Chciirs and Rockers has just heen re- 
ceived, and is being placed on sale at clearing prices today. Judg- 
iri^ from the tremendous selling of the last lot, we would^ advise 
eal-ly attendance, as there is sure to be a rush after these. ^Tney are 
in natural colors, in both chair and rocker style. Special, today, ^^.^U 



Soecial Lines in Corsets 



1), ,^ A.. -- '^ J-, extra long skirt, 
medium bust, six good strong siip- 
iM, Iters, made from fine q^^ft.Uty 
!.;LLi.>tc. All sizes, 19, to 30. ' ' -^^ 
I'ricc . . . • .^1- * o 

<\ v\c 294, .long skirt, medium low bust 
i, ,ii; fr^Vj,,, Tiers, made from good , 
.|uality jcan; _A11 sizes a8 to 28. 
1 'rice .... ■-■. i . . .» • . .■ • ..^- • • .«pJ-»Ovf 

St\ U 1:^,^ made from light "weight 

l^.i-it'. extra long skirt, .low bust. 

\-i rleal suniinrr L;.irnicnt. - All 

Price $1.25 

,\; . Mi i.his depaijtnient ymi will titid 
ail -• , !■•■■ of l.ndic-' I'lM^seric^." '^i/'cs 
■:; _' II) I . . . 1 1 7 "" ' " f ' ' • • • ■ "k,- • .• ■ •*?■*■ • *^^ 

Ladies' Dress p/otectors ...,.$3.00 

Ladies' Sanitary Belts. 25c to.. 45^ 
Ladies" Sanitaria Towels, per- do/'-eii 

j:^C to / .$1.00 

School Children's Waists ;^s^" i"— 

.$1.50 

Children's' Sbfoulder Braces . . . .50^ 

New Silks Just in 



Our ! i; ■. 
sen "I'll '^ 1 r;i <\^- 



11(1/ Si I 



/ 



Mi'^'iicd up 

.several large (/oiiMgnniLULs direct 
from the manufa/ct,urer<;. Our wide 
I'l'imtation in Silks and l)rf-^-. M;iut- j 
ial^-, .peak- \ ■ 'iniiir-.. Wo arc ihr l;ir;.;- ' 
.■■>i hiucr-. Ill W r-'rrii I '/i ii,'i<l., . More- j 
'so, one of our imyci ' ' ' ■' ym ihc 
European markets, • ;iv 1 ci/MaL.__wc 
are in tnuch''\vith tlii - rv latest fash- 
i,,n-. We ;irr iimw innkin;^- 1 iM'cial/ 
displnv oi llic new arrivil- m ,t|ie^/ 
1 \vo departments on the ground floor. 
fl will be very interesting to visit tlii'< 
.(-(•lion while flown town. 

We arc liaving ;i s]u'ci;d <:\]<.' of 
Silk. The best 50c value ni Canada, 
CMiiiprihing— ^ 

Chiffon Taffeta, Foulards, Shepherd 
Check, Shot Silk, Massahne and 
Natural Pongee — all shades and 
black .... •■•'>^^ 



Mahogany Settee, To- 
d ay, $26.90 

A beautiful MahoganV Settee i.s be- 
' ing placed on sale today at wind- 
up-, sale prices. This has good 
strong polished frame, beautifully 
. upholstered- in high quality tapes- 
try. Today ....^26.90 

Tfaree-PieceSu i te.To- 
da y, $58 .90 

There is nothing acids so miScli to 
tb« appearanc?;of your parlor than 
a nice three-piece Suite. Today 
you may, get one at a specially in- 
terestirig saving - Frames are 
birch-mahogany, -s'plendidiv tip-^ 
bolstered. Today ; . . . . .^58.90 

- In JUtid Occ a sional 
Chairs a t $12.50 

i;cuutifully finished and inlaid, a 
piece of furniture that y<ni willbc 
prpnd to have in yoUr reception 
room. N'l occasional chair al- 
way> - in for the reception 

• i iir^ucsts. Today wc arr ri|- 
\i_,\;r^ them at. each ...Jpi2^.50 

Beautiful Inlaid Chair 




Specials from the Carpet Department 

BARGAINS FOR TODAY 

Carpet Squares 



Oil Cloths 



Advance Styles in Imported 
Millinery Will Pleasg You 

Tie Hats this season are decided- 
ly s&t. Those which we have just 
pened up are principally of the small 
' turban style, with drooping shape. 
: There^san added charm this year in 
the new hats, which will at tir<t sioht 
make you fall in love with them; A 
few new models "arc reflected in o 
/Government Street window. 



at $40.00 



\ mas^nif'-'^'^* Inlaid Cbriir. in 
Slu-rnto^ heinsT' 1— ■ ' ''" 



kea: 



II is npl- ^ -■''■■'■ -1 •''lj< 

jiiiil/ "w.Mil (kinia^k. T.. day's 

' pri|c , ^40.00 

"special a t $28.75 

vPiccc §ui^( ;tamiSrisi«^c:W '^^'''' 
Chair,' 'Ipckcr/;pid' Scllcc, kmll 
•of soli(V cpiart/r 'cut oak, fini'^hcd 
Early English NFission styk'. nj)- 
liolstcred' seats and backs, in solid' 
Si»ani-?h Irallicr. Wonderful value 
atid a splendid Itar^ain . .Sp28.75 



Brussels Carpet Squares, in, splendid weave. 
These come in floral and conventional de!?ighs, 
reds, fawns, bliies and greens, and aw; id^arl 
fldor coverings for dining-room and bedrooin, 
Size9x9. FH<;e $15.75 

Rugs 

In a Wide range of designs and colorings, -^e • 
and floral. Fer square yard ♦. .25<jS 

at $19.75 

Couch, in hardwood framr upholstered in No. i, 
tjual'ity Icathcrci! vnality spritigSv, ,«Jtl!y 

are used. Thi-^. i- '>nc i)i the best' bargains wc 

have dp til d' ;/ ■■ ■ • •■■ • ■i|?t^-75 

Writing DesRs, Earl y English 
Finish, $16.85 

Writing Desk ;:■ ^ " ' I'dinlis!, finish. ■ ■■ lal- 
1\- .aUrartivc pifcr ollundhn-.- Jnsi ili. 
!',,! ni\ l!d\, arid a Sjiecia''' ■ " 'd hari'ani .li 
til,. \s'ii]diip I'l "MI lMirniiia> , .dc . .^1(>.S5 

Writing Table, Early English 
Finish. $14.75 

Writing Table, Ivnlv En,c:lish. flat top, with two 

drawers and receptacles ai l.-i) for papers. .-Vn 

exceedingly fine idocr cf tiirnitnrc. .\t the 

wind-up Sale i>f l-urniture $l-t.75 



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Wilton Pile Rugs, in a big range of design.^ .-.. n . l4*«^„*;»,r< 

colorings. Just therui for dming-room^^— f^g^ COStUIlieS AttraCting 



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Printed Linoleums g Qpeal Deal 0^ Attention 



In a. splendid variety of designs, both ti! 
floral. These "linoleums make^ a good 
covering for, any room in the home .a.- 
adapted for hard and continuous wear. 
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The nf w FairCostumes will appeal 

aFonce to the woman who wants to 

• '■■»'■• :^^ar. something different, more di.s- 

. tirictive.. This Season the styles are. 

Special Sale Boys' V/ash Suits -decidedUy distinctive! The many rad- 

, , . r" irnj rhanc-es that have been made dur- 

Boys' Blouses, in t;nuv ducks, gmgbani icai cnanj^es uiau . 

prii- 'allies. up. to Si. 50. Today.. inir the past seasoil wdl be noticeci by 

Boys' Y/bit« Duck and Print JPanta.. Rcj.; .,'>. a^il 'discerning dressers. Aside f rom , 

fhis, the materials are of finet quality, 
while many new shades will also be 
■found: A gtartce at them is really in- 
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1 oday . . .^ , -'^** . 

Special Sale of Men's Strong Working Pa^y^^l,' 
tweeds.. T'xl.iy . .- ,.. *?!.<.» 

Girls' Boots, Shoes and^ Slip- 
pers on Sale, Today, at $ 1.2^ 

Boots -! I'-x • /lit. -la/.'. I l.,id. etc.. Shoes and Slip- 
pers ni iiah i'\ .n\'\ ;;ia/.e.d kid. ■ All .siV.C^ iM) '" 
Thi,. nl'a■nin,L,^ per pa'rT*;™-rr^iv*'«» 

T, ., ,,, , ,i .- '• ;p,ol all Boy.s" \Va.sh Suits v, a 
,1 1 , ■ a r 1 a , entire .stock of broken' lines > > 
s ,d : - [ .75 to $2.50. - Today ^1.00 

U pholst ered Couch, Finished 
Golden, $31.75 



Couch, ui j;'<l<len oak frame. npliMhirrcd in b(-st 
cpiality Icalhereltr. ' l'>oth ends ar< < '''lt\ 

whieh yi\es restful cinnforl ... 



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M^i_ New fall Suits Are , 
Arriving Daily 

( ),ir .MriTs Clothing Deparlincnt is 
;ml,,a. Willi hriTght new seasonable 
,,-,,,,,1 .. .\1m^.i n'd:tl>U' are tin- new ar- 
rivals in .Men'- I'ine Suits. 'iMiis sea- 
son wo arc showini:,- ;ir, cxh-eniely 
(IJNcrsified hue m manv n-ew- Style-S-a.l 
;iii(l td'ftTis. I M'ltiT conu' in and let tts 
slii>w ilieni i<> >tdi. We c^nsidrr it a 
pleasure to do:^o, whether y<ni care to 
l)urchasc or not." 



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